All Your GPS Are Belong To Us:
In the James Bond movie "Tomorrow Never Dies", the villain used GPS spoofing to lure a British warship off course and try to start a war.
I'm surprised this hasn't happened sooner.
To someone paying even slight attention it should be obvious their map doesn't coincide with the actual roads they're on.
For autonomous vehicles, that's quite a problem. I'm sure in time gps data will be encrypted/secure, but doing so will render all existing gps receivers obsolete unless they can be updated to process the encrypted data.
. . . to see how much further that spoofing technology has been developed since I first mentioned the University of Texas' initial experiment here back in July 2013.
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