Github shrugs off drone maker DJI's crypto key request

DJI drone maker posted its crypto keys and code on Github with a setting of public. They now have source code forks which could by-pass restricted flight zone settings. If true very poor key management indeed! See The Register for the story. 

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/01/25/dji_github_public_repo_crypto_key_foolishness/

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