Drones infected with malware can drop from the sky or be hijacked for surveillance | Computerworld

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A security engineer infected a ‘toy’ drone with Maldrone malware, which creates a persistent backdoor, so an attacker can remotely control the infected drone, cause it to drop from the sky, or hijack it to conduct surveillance.

via Drones infected with malware can drop from the sky or be hijacked for surveillance | Computerworld.

via Drones infected with malware can drop from the sky or be hijacked for surveillance | Computerworld.

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