Drone maker DJI in cyber-security row over bug bounty

Drone maker DJI in cyber-security row over bug bounty
 

Drone maker DJI has accused a cyber-security researcher of hacking its servers.
Kevin Finisterre claims that he accessed confidential customer data after finding a private key publicly posted on code-sharing site Github.
He approached the firm, which offers a "bug bounty" reward of up to $30,000 (£23,000) for security weaknesses discovered in its systems.
DJI said the server access was "unauthorised".
The data Mr Finisterre was able to see included "unencrypted flight logs, passports, drivers licences and identification cards", he said.
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20 November 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 46
Source: BBC
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