29 Apr '13, 2pm

Android hacks into a plane! You know, @ptscientists has code that will automatically create a secure protocol.

Android hacks into a plane! You know, @ptscientists has code that will automatically create a secure protocol.

A security researcher was able to hack an aircraft's cockpit with an Android smartphone After you board a plane and are safely buckled in your seat, the pilot reminds you and the other passengers with their noses tucked into their touchscreens to power off all electronic devices. If they interfere with the in-flight management system, there could be some serious disturbances. But still, there are the few testy travelers who ignore the pilot's requests, because, really, how much harm can a little smart phone do?  Apparently a lot, as was evidenced by a security researcher, who claimed that he could hack into an aircraft's cockpit with his Android mobile phone. Image via marketplace.org . At the annual security conference, Hack In The Box, which took place in Amsterdam this year, security researcher, Hugo Teso, demonstrated that it's possible to take full control of air...

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