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Sept. 16, 2022, 12:24 a.m. | Duncan Riley

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Security researchers have discovered two vulnerabilities in wireless local area network devices commonly used on aircraft that could expose users to hacking. Detailed Sept. 3 by Thomas Knudsen and Samy Younsi of Necrum Security Labs, the vulnerabilities were found in the FLEXLAN FXA2000 and FXA3000 series devices from CONTEC Co. Ltd., a Japanese electronics manufacturer. The […]

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