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September 20, 2016

Scientists at Estes Park Explore EmDrive and Other Propulsion Physics Breakthrough Research

Waiting for the publication of the NASA Eagleworks EmDrive paper in December, some preliminary results could be revealed at a select, invitation-only three-day workshop in Colorado, which starts today. Besides EmDrive science, the workshop will cover many other propulsion physics breakthrough research projects.

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August 30, 2016

New Published Results on the ‘Impossible’ EmDrive Propulsion Expected Soon

New results on the controversial, “impossible” EmDrive propulsion system could be soon published in a prestigious peer-reviewed scientific journal, according to credible rumors.

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February 3, 2016

Infrastructure Technology Group Questions Hacker Group’s NASA Breach Claim

The Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT), a non-partisan group of innovation experts and firms that provides solutions to support and protect critical infrastructure, has questioned the AnonSec hacker group’s claim that it breached NASA’s internal networks and almost crashed a Global Hawk Drone in the Pacific Ocean. Hacked reported AnonSec’s claim on Monday.

AnonSec claimed that in 2013 it bought an “initial foothold” from a hacker who had knowledge of NASA servers, then started trying to find out how many computers they could break into and hijack. The hackers claimed they gained flight logs, employee personal information and video footage from [...]

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February 1, 2016

AnonSec Hackers Release Data Dump, Tried To Crash A Global Hawk Drone In The Pacific

The AnonSec hacker group released a 250GB data dump and claimed it tried to cause a Global Hawk Drone to crash in the Pacific Ocean, according to the International Business Times. The hackers gained flight logs, employee personal information and video footage from the $222 million drone.

The data dump included names, phone numbers and email addresses of 2,414 NASA employees, 631 videos from radar feeds and aircraft, and 2,143 flight logs. The dump also included a “zine,” a self-published paper, explaining the technical vulnerabilities the group was able to hack.

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AnonSec stated that in 2013 it bought an “initial foothold” from a hacker who had knowledge [...]

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