News: Warship Position Spoofing

AIS and GPS can be fiddled

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We have a serious international situation where UK and Dutch warship AIS tracks and positions have been spoofed by the Russian government in the Black Sea to suggest that they had entered Russian waters. Video footage shows that the ships were in harbor at the time of the alleged incursions into Russian-controlled waters. Russia has also been involved in spoofing GPS positions in…

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