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“Hacking Team is working with Boeing on drones that deliver malware
From e-mail conversations between Boeing and the controversial Hacking Team indicates that both companies have plans or had to develop drones that can deliver malware. The unmanned aircraft deliver malware via Wi-Fi networks, according to the plans.
Conscious e-mail messages are in the set stolen from the database of the Hacking Team with information posted on Wikileaks. The intercept discovered the plans drawn up by the aircraft maker Boeing. The latter would, through its subsidiary Insitu, which focuses on creating drones, have sent a request to the Hacking Team to develop a way to break into systems via wifi and to integrate it into an unmanned aircraft.
Last month, there would have been a meeting where Hacking Team has compiled a list of tasks, which include creating a small ‘infection-device was called that needs to be transported by drone. The Hacking Team would thereby make use of its Galileo spyware, which has been agreed with Boeing to see what requirements should be imposed.
It is not clear at what stage the plans are now. Both companies do not respond to comments. Therefore it is also not known whether the plan actually continue. Because there recent discussions have taken place, it is unlikely that all drones flying around with hacking software Hacking Team.
The Hacking Team is already under fire for some time because it deals with the development of hacking tools and also does business with dubious regimes. Incidentally seem too Dutch overheidsinstaties to be interested in the software of Hacking Team. This information came out because hackers broke into the systems of the hack software maker, while 400GB of data booty made .Viewing:-156
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