System disruptions at Kuala Lumpur International Airport caused over 20 flights to be delayed and required a replacement of hardware. Anonymous experts believe that a cyber-attack may have caused the disruption and the failure of the Total Airport Management System, which is integral to the flow of vital information at the airport such as flight information and baggage handling. However, Malaysia Airport Holdings claimed that no attack occurred.
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