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GPS Spoofing with $3000 worth of equipment and a Laptop.

svartbjorn (1900302) writes | about 9 months ago

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svartbjorn (1900302) writes "Todd Humphreys and a team from the University of Texas proved the concept that a terrorist could take over the navigation of a ship or even a plane. Making it appear to the crew that the ship was moving along a straight line course when in fact it was changing course under the control of the device. This raises some serious issues for this being used for terrorist purposes. http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2013/07/26/exclusive-gps-flaw-could-let-terrorists-hijack-ships-planes/"
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