Re: Not a good example of a security document
Interesting to see downvotes but no rebuttals. Which leads me to assume the OP is broadly correct.
Probably big deals from a purist security standpoint but probably reasonally diminished risk once actual use cases are taken into account.
ie whats the monetisation/propaganda benefit for criminal gangs or individuals.
Does it meet the proportionality test for State Actors. ie could they gain similar results with another approach?
The fact that the Authors approach seems to have been theoretical in places also casts doubt on the level of alarm needed for this.
Also I think the Authors may have missed an opportunity for more alarmist headlines by suggesting that MH370 could have been p0wned by these vunerabilities.