We're being spied on by drones, but hackers have found a way to fight back!
Researchers have found a way to hack into GPS-guided drones with something called "spoofing." They can then guide them to another location or crash the drones into the ground. This works even better than the previous technique of jamming, which blocks the drones' access to GPS signals.
In Fox News, John Roberts quotes computer researcher Todd Humphreys as saying that for "spoofing," he used a $1,000 machine that has "a signal more powerful than the one coming down from the satellites orbiting high above the earth."
We may be seeing the end of privacy, but at least we're not taking it lying down.
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