The network ID numbers (equivalent of an IP address or phone number) are publicly available, so an attacker could trivially inject fake traffic pretending to be real planes.
I dunno, I worry about this shit.
@brion its been a potential vuln since 2012 but nothing too bad has happened - there are various other ways of working out if the 1900 MHz signal is from aircrafts or someone with a transmitter on the ground (unsurprisingly the aviation authorities and the Air Forces won't say exactly what these are or how often the data is audited!)
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