GPS signals of 20 ships in the Black Sea were hacked to indicate they were 32km inland plainpicture/Tilby Vattard
I put a report out on this some time ago, but nobody seems to have caught the significance.
This is active GPS spoofing on a fairly large scale.
This article explains the significance and the practicalities of putting a GPS spoofer into action in an easily understood format.
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 of Novorossiysk had discovered his GPS put him…
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