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Published 4 years ago with 5 Comments
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  • TotallyTrusty

    I initially thought this was just an unfortunate accident, but now it seems to be something weird, hacking could be a possibility far fetched and difficult but not impossible, This could mean big changes for airlines.

    • jcscher

      They were already working to stop this since the Hugo Teso app. so I read.

      • TotallyTrusty

        Wow but it was only a matter of time before this was applied in RL

  • jcscher

    Sounds crazy,but could it be done? Seems like anything can be hacked.

    • drunkenninja (edited 4 years ago)

      If it has a computer that has access to a two way connection chances are it will be hacked. Most of the time, when you're looking at these systems its at best a few hundred developers vs the rest of the world of hackers. You can just imagine what side has the better odds.

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