Boeing 787 Software is Vulnerable to Hacking

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  1. Not sure why everyone thinks Air Koryo is terrible. When I flew them, they fed us a full meal in a 90 minute flight! It honestly wasn’t much worse than flying China Eastern.

  2. Agree with tprophet. Air Koryo isn’t so bad. I know it’s cool to mock North Korea, but Air Koryo is definitely not one of the reasons to.

  3. Boeing 787 cyberattack: As a Boeing shareholder, I would like for Boeings Board of Directors to investigate Boeing Managements position that the aircraft control software is not hackable. A key weakness in Boeings statement is that only data passes from one network to the other. In fact, the customer accessible network should not be connected in any way to the aircraft control network.

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