From Al Jazeera.
Fighters in Iraq and Afghanistan have been able to use low cost software downloaded from the internet to hack into live video feeds from unmanned US surveillance aircraft, a military official has said.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, a senior US defence official told the Associated Press the fighters could view feeds from Predator drones - the US military's eyes in the sky for intelligence gathering - but could not take control of the aircraft or jam its electronic signals.
The fighters reportedly used software that costs less than $30 to hack into the video feed from the drones.
Friday, December 18, 2009
US spy drone videos 'hacked'
Pretty clever if it's true: