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FAA: Terrorists (and CIA) Could Hack New Boeing Jetliner

...someone in FAA thwarts next false-flag op?...

FAA: Terrorists Could Hack New Boeing Jetliner
Thursday, January 10, 2008,2933,321326,00.html

The technology used by the new generation of aircraft is now so advanced that aviation officials fear that terrorists could use it to fly the plane.

The Federal Aviation Authority is concerned that terrorists could use the Dreamliner's in-flight Internet system to connect to "systems critical to the safety and maintenance of the aircraft."
In a report released last week, the FAA said that Boeing had left the pilots' computers open to attack by connecting the Dreamliner's entertainment system to the pilots' controls.
A hacker with a computer and some IT training potentially could hijack the system from his seat. Lori Gunter, a Boeing spokeswoman, said that Boeing had designed a system to counter the threat but admitted that it had not yet been tested.
The carbon-composite, aluminum and titanium Dreamliner is Boeing's most successful new aircraft, with more than 600 orders