The information necessary to hack a military drone is freely available to the public, in academic publications and online documents, according to an Israeli defense manufacturer.
One such paper was published just a month before Iran claimed it downed a CIA stealth drone in 2011, Esti Peshin said Monday at the Defensive Cyberspace Operations and Intelligence conference in Washington DC. Peshin is the director of cyber programs for Israel Aerospace Industries.
A 2011 study, titled „The Requirements for Successful GPS Spoofing Attacks,“ explains how to fool GPS sensors like those in drones by mimicking GPS signals.
There’s no way to know, Peshin said, if this report in fact directly informed the Iranians, but it does go to show how easily available this information is.
„It’s a PDF file… essentially, a blueprint for hackers,“ Peshin said. „You can Google, just look up ‚Tippenhauer‘ — it’s the first result in Google. Look up ‚UAV cyberattacks‘ — it’s the third one. ‚UAV GPS spoofing attacks‘ — the first…
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