France Is Making Space-Based Anti-Satellite Laser Weapons
The orbital weapons will blind satellites Paris believes are a threat to its own fleet.
When the Air Force showed up at the Defcon hacker conference in Las Vegas last month, it didn’t come empty-handed. It brought along an F-15 fighter-jet data system—one that security researchers thoroughly “ We have to get over our fear of embracing external experts to help us be secure.
The US Air Force 's second security hackathon has paid dividends both for the military and the people finding holes in its defenses. HackerOne has revealed the results of the Hack the Air Force 2.0 challenge from the end of 2017, and it led to volunteers discovering 106 vulnerabilities across roughly
The US government generally doesn't interact much with hackers. However, if recent history is to be taken into account, it needs to cosy up with them to create better protections for national databases.
The US Department of Defence has made an announcement that is expected to change that – it will host a hackathon where hackers will try to hack a military satellite orbiting the earth.
The Wired magazine reported on Tuesday that Will Roper, Assistant Secretary, US Air Force has promised White Hat hackers a chance to take over the control of the satellite from the ground station by any means usable. They have a simple goal – accessing the website and turning the cameras' positioning from the moon to the earth.
France wants to arm satellites with guns and lasers by 2030
Just after it announced that it was creating its own Space Command
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Mobile app hackathons like Over the Air , held at Phoenix Park, Ireland, can see a large amount of corporate Some hackathons are intended only for programmers within a certain demographic group, like ShamHacks 2018 focused on problem statements to better quality of life factors for US
The US Air Force is holding the third such program and this one will also allow hackers to attack the ground station as well.
"We will have opportunities for contestants to do both. But what they're going to do is try to take over the satellite by any means they find," Roper told Wired.
Small satellite launcher Vector pauses operations after ousting CEO
The company seems to be in some trouble
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The Air Force Satellite Control Network (AFSCN) provides support for the operation, control, and maintenance of a variety of United States Department of Defense and some non-DoD satellites . This involves continual execution of Telemetry, Tracking, and Commanding (TT&C) operations.
Given the US experience over hacking and data theft, engaging hackers seem the ideal way to strengthen the defenses of orbiting satellites which hold the key to launching high-end weapons such as missiles. If a satellite is rendered kaput or is taken, it would curtail the US capability to defend an attack.
The US Air Force, as per Roper is working on strengthening its entire cybersecurity chain so that its defenses are not susceptible to attacks from other nations.
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Elon Musk sends a tweet through SpaceX's Starlink broadband satellite .
The CEO expressed surprise at his own success."Sending this tweet through space via Starlink satellite," he wrote, before following up to express his surprise.