April 6, 2019 may have been just another Saturday for many – but for some, it was a day people wouldn’t get on a plane. On that day, GPS receivers ran out of time and rolled over. GPS satellites were programmed to run for 20 years, and once time was up, they went back to zero. We have Trend Micro on talking about that fateful day and its consequences.
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