Security researchers from the Ruhr University and the Helmholtz Center for Information Security have demonstrated how to hack a DJI drone to determine the person who is flying it.
Experts intercepted the radio signal of the DroneID protocol, which is transmitted between the drone and the control panel.
After deciphering it, he discovered that everyone’s DroneID not only transmits their own drones, but also owns the location on the ground.
DroneID was designed to regulate organs and organs of the gastrointestinal tract in different countries with a high probability of DJI quadcopters. But DroneID is not encrypted, so anyone can hear it by simply intercepting the desired radio frequency.
Experts have posted instructions on GitHub that allow anyone to decrypt DroneID data. [Wired]
Source: Iphones RU
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