SEE: Planes are easy to hack!

(Apparently…anyway ive been saying this. They got internet on board now!)   Chris Roberts told them he connected his laptop to a plane via an Ethernet cable, hacked into a thrust management computer and briefly controlled one of the engines, causing the plane to change course. As reported previously by Wired, he has warned of vulnerabilities in planes for years — manufacturers deny they exist — and the conversations were apparently intended to get these problems fixed.   This man even tweeted about it whilst doing it on the plane! Sucker, FBI is on his ass now and he has been arrested since. Peak. Read more: