Experts debate whether an airplane could be remotely hijacked by smartphone

Last year, a Spanish researcher told the Hack-in-the-Box security summit that it could be possible to take control of some parts of an airplane's guidance systems remotely, using a smartphone. The FAA and some aircraft designers deny this. But the idea is now sparking speculation among a few security experts that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could have been "cyber hijacked".

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