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Panasonic Inflight Entertainment System Vulnerable To Attack
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memesuper2
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2/14/2017 | 12:19:14 AM
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I agree with you.
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1/21/2017 | 12:30:19 AM
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I agree with you
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12/28/2016 | 10:50:48 AM
Re: Isolation is key
I've yet to see an argument that successfully argues against this.  Let's hope this becomes the de-facto design moving forward.  Isolation needs to be at many levels, too.  Not just from the main systems, but also from a connection standpoint.  If systems must connect in any way outside the plane, then ecrypt and connect on a separate stream than non-critical systems.  Does this potentially mean a dedicate communication service for the airline industry?  Why not?  Completely silo passenger convenience away from passenger safety.
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12/27/2016 | 8:28:31 PM
Isolation is key
 

As article mentioned, another approach is to isolate IFEs from plan's other systems, they do not be connected at all.
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12/27/2016 | 8:27:50 PM
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"I'm clearly not going to win that argument in a commercially bound industry"

That makes sense, even commercial airlines would not go that far taking away the passengers'phones
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12/27/2016 | 8:25:10 PM
Re: Luxury vs Lives
"hackable systems"

I think this is the operative word, we need to find out what we can do so they are not hackable.
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12/27/2016 | 8:22:29 PM
Re: Luxury vs Lives
"blunt and basic in my approach"

That makes sense, however for that to work it needs to be practical too.
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12/27/2016 | 8:20:25 PM
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"the most intelligent/threat aware people looking at the security designs to minimize the risks"

I agree. There must be a way to secure both plans' electronic system and devices we use so they never interfere.
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12/27/2016 | 8:17:57 PM
Re: Luxury vs Lives
"If we can't keep devices out of people's hands,"

I hear you but I would say it is not practical. There must be a better way.
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12/27/2016 | 8:14:51 PM
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I agree, informative well thought article. And a critical issue especially with current IoT devices.
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