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Meet Regulus Cyber at CES 2020

Regulus Cyber is presenting a live GPS hacking and protection demo, at the Westgate Smart Cities area, booth #1312.
Pyramid GNSS, Regulus’ software-based cybersecurity protection against GPS hacking has won the prestigious CES 2020 Innovation Award.
Book a demo session, demonstrating real-time wireless hacking of the vehicle’s navigation system.

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Grounded flights, lost drones and ‘crop circles’: the year in GNSS vulnerabilities

In 2019 we saw massive worldwide disruption from GNSS jamming, spoofing and other vulnerabilities. Here’s a recap of the year’s most significant events. If anyone still doubts the seriousness of the risks presented by GPS and GNSS vulnerabilities, the events of 2019 should put those doubts to rest. I’ve spent most of my career identifying threats to GNSS-dependent systems, and I can categorically say I’ve never seen issues on the

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日前,据海外媒体报道,以色列一家网络安全公司Regulus Cyberr经测试发现,利用“无线和远程方式”可攻击特斯拉Model 3的GPS系统,使车辆驾驶辅助功能、空气悬架工作异常,出现突然降速或转向偏离主干道情况。 Regulus Cyber公司是首家关注汽车、移动设备和关键基础设施智能传感器安全的公司,其在针对全球定位卫星系统接收器易受到欺骗技术攻击的威胁研究中发现,特斯拉汽车就易受到该威胁。

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Understanding GPS Data Spoofing

Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) spoofing is a cybersecurity attack that provides fake position, navigation, and time (PNT) information. A GNSS spoofing attack is easy and inexpensive to create, and a hacker can take control of a GNSS receiver remotely and usually without detection. Also, it can influence critical functions, such as time-sync, speed control, steering, navigation, location, privacy, and more. Spoofing attacks can produce conflicting data and incorrect system

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Regulus Wins CES Innovation Award

Regulus Cyber, announced that the company won the CES 2020 Innovation Award for their breakthrough software-based cybersecurity defense against GNSS spoofing. The company is exhibiting at CES 2020 and showing live demos of GPS hacking and protection.

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The Connection between James Bond 007 & Iran Capturing a British Oil Tanker – GPS Spoofing

GNSS and GPS spoofing is a common practice in modern warfare, we’ve seen wide and long-range spoofing engaged in multiple instances such as the December 2011 US Spy Drone Hijack, the June 2017 Black Sea spoofing incident, and the recent June 2019 spoofing on Israel’s airport.

This incident proves that both manned and unmanned platforms, inland, sea, and air, are all vulnerable to this type of attacks.

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Tesla Spoofing Attack Hack


成立於2016年、總部位於以色列的Regulus,主要業務工作便是找出全球導航衛星系統中的漏洞並防禦來自外界的惡意攻擊。他們日前宣佈他們找到了TESLA在導航系統上的漏洞,並實際進行了一次“遠端攻擊”,對象是TESLA的Model S與Model 3。

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Sensor Cybersecurity – A new kind of cyber

Sensor Vulnerability With sensors being used in both manned and unmanned platforms, the need for reliable sensor protection is increasing across all sectors and industries. From drones to driverless cars and from shipping to aviation, many assets are left exposed and vulnerable to malicious sensor based threats. New solutions and technologies to protect sensors must be integrated into existing and future platforms of mobile phones, cars, ships, airplanes, drones, robots,

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The Entire Global Financial System Depends on GPS, And it’s Shockingly Vulnerable to Attacks

There is an enormous, invisible clock that keeps ultra-precise time, can be checked from anywhere on earth, and is free for everyone to use. This technological gift to mankind was built by the US government. It is called the Global Positioning System (GPS), it lives in space, and you use it every time you check the map on your phone. What you may not know is that you rely on

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自从汽车拥有联网功能之后,信息安全就成了整车安全一个新的组成部分,尤其是目前以特斯拉为首的非传统车企,他们更新的互联网理念也带来了更多互联网的风险。在最近对特斯拉Model 3进行的测试之后,Regulus Cyber公司发现特斯拉在自动辅助导航驾驶(Navigate on Autopilot,NoA)模式下存在被攻击的漏洞。

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Towards Navigation Safety for Autonomous Cars

Article by InsideGNSS – https// There are many good reasons for getting excited about highly automated vehicles, or HAVs, which is the acronym used by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). HAVs can make driving more fuel- and time-efficient. They can significantly reduce traffic congestion and emissions by driving a precise speed, minimizing lane changes, and maintaining an exact distance to neighboring cars. They can also increase accessibility and mobility

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Criminal Investigation Underway in GPS Jamming Incident That Crashed Drones, Caused HK$1M in Damage

*Article by Inside GNSS – More than 40 drones performing in a professionally organized light show fell from the sky in Hong Kong Saturday after the GPS signal they were using was jammed. The incident, which caused some HK$1 million in damage (U.S. $127,500), is now under criminal investigation. The firm Sky Magic, which uses a customized fleet of performance drones to do indoor and outdoor light shows, confirmed

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How to Spoof Someone’s GPS Navigation to Send Them The Wrong Way

Researchers have for the first time demonstrated that it’s possible to spoof turn-by-turn GPS road navigation to send users to specific wrong locations. Although generalised spoofing attacks on GPS are well-understood – using false signals to confuse targets or send them off course in places such as the high seas – precisely controlling where they go in complex environments such as cities has until now been considered extremely difficult. For

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GNSS Spoofing and Aviation: An Evolving Relationship

Article by InsideGNSS – One of the great engineering successes of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and its expert panels is the standardization of globally harmonized Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance (CNS) systems. These standards, sometimes supported by more detailed industry standards, provide safe and interoperable services between aircraft and the ground and space systems supporting them. A key safety ingredient of these standards is that they are completely open, such

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Hackers Will Soon Be Trying to Send Your Driverless Car Off a Cliff

In late 2016, reports flooded in from Moscow about a strange disturbance near the Kremlin. When passing by the fortified complex at the cold heart of the Russian government, drivers found the GPS systems in their cars had been suddenly spoofed. In December, CNN confirmed that instead of showing the cars where they really were — cruising along the Moskva River — the GPS suddenly insisted the cars were 20

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Spoof, Jam, Destroy: Why We Need A Backup For GPS

Earth got A warning shot on January 25, 2016. On that day, Air Force engineers were scheduled to kill off a GPS satellite named SVN-23—the oldest in the navigation constellation. SVN-23 should have just gone to rest in peace. But when engineers took it offline, its disappearance triggered, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, a software bug that left the timing of some of the remaining GPS

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Ships Fooled in GPS Spoofing Attack Suggest Russian Cyberweapon

Reports of satellite navigation problems in the Black Sea suggest that Russia may be testing a new system for spoofing GPS, New Scientist has learned. This could be the first hint of a new form of electronic warfare available to everyone from rogue nation states to petty criminals. On 22 June, the US Maritime Administration filed a seemingly bland incident report. The master of a ship off the Russian port

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Truck Driver has GPS Jammer, Accidentally Jams Newark Airport

An engineering firm worker in New Jersey has a GPS jammer so his bosses don’t know where he is all the time. However, his route takes him close to Newark airport, and his jammer affects its satellite systems. No reasonable employee wants their boss to know where they are all the time. Just as no reasonable boss wants his employees to know where she is all the time. In the

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Here’s What’s Needed for Self-Flying Taxis and Delivery Drones to Really Take Off

Amazon, Uber and other tech giants want to fill the skies with small autonomous aircraft ferrying packages and people from place to place. For that to happen, these robotic drones—also called unmanned aircraft systems (UASs)—need an air traffic control system to keep them from crashing into buildings, human-piloted aircraft or one another. NASA is developing a UAS Traffic Management (UTM) network with several other organizations that the group plans to

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The Eyes and Ears of the Autonomous Revolution: Sensors

As human beings lucky enough to be mobile, we probably take for granted the speed and precision that our eyes and our ears provide as the two senses that help us recognize, understand and act upon where we are currently at in the world and where we need to go. In all situations, whether they are mundane or critically urgent, your eyes and ears obtain the information that gets sent

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Defending Against Spoofing And Jamming GPS

At the recent Air Transport IT Summit in Budapest, SITA Director of Cyber Security Vivien Eberhardt estimated that more than 60% of cyber attacks on aviation target critical assets. The most common targets were entire IT systems, airport websites, traffic control, and navigation systems and airline websites. Navigation and traffic control systems were subject to 12% of attacks, Eberhardt reported. In this category, there are few more critical assets than

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GPS Spoofing: The Auto Cybersecurity Threat Hiding in Plain Sight

Cybersecurity has become a hot topic for automobiles, but one major threat has been flying under the radar: GPS spoofing. Last summer nearly two dozen ships were hit by these targeted attacks, which attempt to trick a global positioning system into believing it is miles away from its actual location. In this instance, the ships’ global positioning systems were led to believethat they were near Gelendzhik Airport. But in reality the

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Cyber Threats Prompt Return of Radio for Ship Navigation

LONDON (Reuters) – The risk of cyber attacks targeting ships’ satellite navigation is pushing nations to delve back through history and develop backup systems with roots in World War Two radio technology. Ships use GPS (Global Positioning System) and other similar devices that rely on sending and receiving satellite signals, which many experts say are vulnerable to jamming by hackers. About 90 percent of world trade is transported by sea

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GPS Jamming: Major Threat To Drones

As drones multiply, as they are expected to do, incidents of GPS (or GNSS) jamming and spoofing are expected to rise in concert during the next decade. That poses not just a threat of loss of the vehicles, but also to nearby aircraft and unaware people on the ground, according to Jeremy Bennington of Spirent, a company that specializes in jamming and spoofing defense. Bennington spoke at the AUVSI XPONENTIAL

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