A rogue Raspberry Pi helped hackers glean entry to NASA JPL programs – Engadget
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A rogue Raspberry Pi helped hackers glean entry to NASA JPL programs – Engadget

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) suffers from a whole lot of cybersecurity weaknesses despite the advances it has achieved in perform technology, in line with the company’s Space of job of Inspector General (PDF). Investigators looked into the research heart’s community security controls after an April 2018 security breach, wherein a Raspberry Pi that used to be no longer authorized to be linked to the JPL community used to be focused by hackers. The attackers were able to rob 500 megabytes of knowledge from one in all its main mission programs, and they also used that chance to search out a gateway that allowed them to sprint deeper into JPL’s community.

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June 20, 2019
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