Researchers Mount Successful GPS Spoofing Attack Against Road Navigation Systems

Academics say they’ve mounted a successful GPS spoofing attack against road navigation systems that can trick humans into driving to incorrect locations.

The research is of note because previous GPS spoofing attacks have been unable to trick humans, who, in past experiments, often received malicious driving instructions that didn’t make sense or were not in sync with the road infrastructure, like taking a left on a straight highway.

Read more about the new research that has managed to mount successful GPS spoofing attacks, on BleepingComputer.

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