WASP: Drone Plane Becomes Hackers' Tool

The age-old theory in warfare is that the best place to be is the high ground, from which you can see and attack your enemies. Richard Perkins and Mike Tassey decided to apply that idea to cyber warfare as well. The result was the WASP -- short for Wireless Aerial Surveillance Platform. The two men, who say they both have long experience as computer security consultants for the U.S. government, took an Army-surplus drone airplane and turned it into an airborne hacking platform that they say...Full Story
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