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The malware on the Spanair computer has been identified as a type of Trojan horse [BY DESIGN!]. It could have entered the airline's system in a number of ways, according to Jamz Yaneeza, head threat researcher at Trend Micro [BY DESIGN!].

Some of the most likely ways are through third party devices such as USB sticks [BULLSHIT!], Yaneeza said, which were responsible for the International Space Station virus infection in 2008 [BULLSHIT!], or through a remote VPN connection that may not have the same protection as a computer within the enterprise network [BULLSHIT, UNLESS AN INSIDE JOB!]. Opening just one malicious file on a single computer is all it takes to infect an entire system[BULLSHIT!].

"Any computer that is connected to a network is vulnerable to a malware infection," O. Sami Saydjari, president of Cyber Defense Agency, told TechNewsDaily. "Standards have not been set to protect critical infrastructure[BULLSHIT!]."

An incident like this could happen again, and most likely will, according to Saydjari. [BY DESIGN!]

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/38790670/ns/technology_and_science-security


They are finally admitting it!

The pilots have absolutely zero control!

All the planes now are controlled by Bilderberg Banksters' terrorist Ptech systems!
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Computer viruses may have contributed to Spanish 2008 plane crash
http://www.monstersandcritics.com/news/europe/news/article_1578877.php/Computer-viruses-may-have-contributed-to-Spanish-2008-plane-crash
Aug 20, 2010, 10:13 GMT

Madrid - Computer viruses may have contributed to the Spanair passenger plane crash which killed 154 people in Madrid two years ago, the daily El Pais reported Friday. The Spanair central computer which registered technical problems in airplanes was not functioning properly because it had been contaminated by harmful computer programmes, according to an internal airline report quoted by the daily. The MD-82 plane had three technical problems, a situation which should have prevented it from taking off. The plane en route to the Canary Islands veered off the runway and burst into flames immediately after take-off on August 20, 2008. Eighteen of the people on board survived the accident. Experts are still investigating the causes of the crash, which has been attributed mainly to the fact that the plane's wing flaps and slats were not deployed to help it take off. A mechanic and an airport maintenance chief have been indicted as suspects in the case. The final report by the investigating commission is due in December.
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Original URL: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/08/20/spanair_malware/

Trojan-ridden warning system implicated in Spanair crash

By John Leyden Posted in Enterprise Security, 20th August 2010 15:03 GMT

Malware may have been a contributory cause of a fatal Spanair crash that killed 154 people two years ago. Spanair flight number JK 5022 crashed with 172 on board moments after taking off from Madrid's Barajas Airport on a scheduled flight to Las Palmas on 20 August 2008. Just 18 survived the crash and subsequent fire aboard the McDonnell Douglas MD-82 aircraft.

The airline's central computer which registered technical problems on planes was infected by Trojans at the time of the fatal crash and this resulted in a failure to raise an alarm over multiple problems with the plane, according to Spanish daily El Pais (report here [1]). The plane took off with flaps and slats retracted, something that should in any case have been picked up by the pilots during pre-flight checks or triggered an internal warning on the plane. Neither happened, with tragic consequences, according to a report by independent crash investigators. The accident on take-off happened after pilots had abandoned an earlier take-off attempt and a day after two other reported problems on board. If the airlines' central computer was working properly a take-off after three warnings would not have been allowed, thereby averting the tragedy.

A mechanic who checked the plane before take-off and an airport maintenance chief are under investigation and face possible manslaughter charges. Investigating judge Juan David Perez has ordered Spanair to supply data on the state of its systems at the time of the crash. An investigation commission is due to report on the case by December.

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http://www.elpais.com/articulo/espana/ordenador/Spanair/anotaba/fallos/aviones/tenia/virus/elpepiesp/20100820elpepinac_11/Tes
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Malware Blamed For Disastrous Plane Crash

http://gizmodo.com/5618287/malware-blamed-for-disastrous-plane-crash

154 lives were lost when Spanair Flight 5022 crashed moments after taking off from Madrid-Barajas International Airport in 2008. Now documents from an investigation into the incident are showing that a malware infection may have been to blame.

According to the investigation, the computer system used to monitor technical problems on the plane was infected with a trojan. As a result, there were no alerts or warnings for three technical issues which "if detected, may have prevented the plane from taking off."

The investigation is still not complete and authorities are trying to determine just how the malware got onto the computer system in question.
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Spanish Plane Crash Caused In Part By Malware
http://blogs.pcmag.com/securitywatch/2010/08/spanish_plane_caused_in_part_b.php

El PaĆ­s is reporting that a Spanair plane crash in Madrid in 2008 may have been due, in part, to problems with a Spanair computer which was infected with malware at the time. Click here for an English account. The computer is described as the central computer for registering technical problems in airplanes. The implication is that, because their tracking system was disabled by malware, the airline didn't realize that the plane was not air-worthy. 154 people died and 18 survived. As Mikko Hypponen of F-Secure says of the story on his blog, it's unlikely the malware was trying to disable the system. There have been other cases in the past where critical systems were disabled by malware and the reason is usually that the malware is simply trying to replicate and is doing so in an uncontrolled manner. It's likely the same is true in this case. QC among worm authors is not a strong point.
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Spanish Plane Crash Caused In Part By Malware

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"Any computer that is connected to a network is vulnerable to a malware infection," O. Sami Saydjari, president of Cyber Defense Agency, told TechNewsDaily. "Standards have not been set to protect critical infrastructure[BULLSHIT!]."

Computer operated death squads. They cover this with plausible deniability, a glich, malware infection, or whatever term they can spin.         How many have they  assassinated?

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now we know how they do it