The traffic control flaws

The malware and the weaknesses are not limited to the computers and the smartphone devices only. Now the traffic control system is also open to the software and system’s weaknesses. The security expert at CTO revealed that traffic control system of UK, France, China, US, Australia, etc. is exposed to…

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System ran out of memory and LA air traffic system collapsed

A collapse of air traffic control system, which was worth of $2.4 bn, caused due to a computer crash. It has been found that the entire mishap happened because of the shortage of the computer memory. This misfortunate collapse of LA air traffic control system caused delays and cancellation of…

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A Computer Memory Shortage Caused an Air Traffic System Failure

A malfunction has reported in a U-2 spy plane on April 30, which became a cause of hundred of flight delays and cancellation in Los Angeles. However, no injuries and deaths are reported yet. The entire swath of southwestern United States banked out from West Coast to West Arizona and…

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Repeated attacks hijack huge chunks of Internet traffic, researchers warn

  Huge chunks of Internet traffic belonging to financial institutions, government agencies, and network service providers have repeatedly been diverted to distant locations under unexplained circumstances that are stoking suspicions the traffic may be surreptitiously monitored or modified before being passed along to its final destination. Researchers from network intelligence…

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Raytheon and Air Force testing UAS/air traffic control systems

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  airport_aviation_security The U.S. Air Force and Raytheon said on Nov. 15 they conducted concept evaluation demonstrations that showed existing air traffic control equipment could be modified to safely track the presence of nearby unmanned aircraft. The U.S. Government is preparing to allow unmanned aerial systems…

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Raytheon and Air Force testing UAS/air traffic control systems

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  airport_aviation_security The U.S. Air Force and Raytheon said on Nov. 15 they conducted concept evaluation demonstrations that showed existing air traffic control equipment could be modified to safely track the presence of nearby unmanned aircraft. The U.S. Government is preparing to allow unmanned aerial systems…

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Raytheon, Air Force testing UAS/air traffic control systems

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  airport_aviation_security The U.S. Air Force and Raytheon said on Nov. 15 they conducted concept evaluation demonstrations that showed existing air traffic control equipment could be modified to safely track the presence of nearby unmanned aircraft. The U.S. government is preparing to allow unmanned aerial systems…

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