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  • Mass GPS Spoofing Attack in Black Sea?

    http://maritime-executive.com/editor...k-in-black-sea


    This is incredibly concerning.

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    So it seems pretty easy to spoof GPS and DGPS.

    I witnessed random DGPS outages off Bilbao although my smartphone GPS was unaffected.

    ELoran to the rescue.
    Former TH cadet with experience of cruise ships, buoy tenders, research ships and oil tankers

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    • #3
      I thought they canned development of eloran?

      When is galileo going live?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by EH75 View Post
        I thought they canned development of eloran?

        When is galileo going live?
        Think they're looking at bringing eloran back again again...


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        • #5
          Originally posted by chris View Post
          So it seems pretty easy to spoof GPS and DGPS.

          I witnessed random DGPS outages off Bilbao although my smartphone GPS was unaffected.

          ELoran to the rescue.
          Appears so, however the correct navigational practices and checks it should be identified fairly quickly by the OOW. In theory DGPS (the proper DGPS setup with subscribed corrections etc) should alert to significant changes. E Loran isn't the be all and end all as it also has vulnerabilities. Ultimately a good gyro compass, a working doppler log and some awareness of the currents should be sufficient during GNSS outages and spoof attacks.

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