A cybersecurity news website says its research team has discovered a 54.5GB unprotected database of DJI drone logs. The leaky data contains over 80,000 unique drone IDs, aircraft model and serial numbers, the position of the drone’s pilot, and more.

The open database, Cybernews says, collates information from 66 different DJI AeroScope drone detection devices. A majority of these devices (53) are located in the United States, while others are spread across Qatar, Germany, France, and Turkey. The database itself is hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS) in the United States.

More specifically, the leaked DJI drone data includes information such as the flight status, unique ID assigned to the aircraft, home location of the drone (which is usually the take-off point), timestamps, drone models, serial numbers, and the operator’s location. No personally identifiable information is present in the dataset.

The big question now is, who owns this data?

The identity…


Source: dronedj.com