Commercial UAVs at risk for hacking, says study

07/7/2014 | Christian Science Monitor, The

A recent Federal Aviation Administration study showed that by "spoofing" GPS satellite navigation signals, hackers could redirect or otherwise interfere with commercially operated unmanned aerial vehicles. "Inexpensive, and readily available, [global navigation satellite system] repeaters and GNSS simulation tools can transmit hazardously misleading information 'spoofing' GNSS use," the report said.

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