Death threats and break-in not deterring MH370 tracking expert

April 27, 2022

Death threats and a professional break-in are not deterring MH370 tracking expert and aerospace engineer Richard Godfrey.

Mr Godfrey, whose revolutionary use of WSPRnet to track MH370 that disappeared over 8 years ago with 239 souls on board, has been attacked by various detractors, who question the technology.

Yesterday Mr Godfrey posted the following on his blog site:

“My home has been broken into and the police are investigating. They say it was a very professional job and suspect the involvement of a state actor.

“I have received a growing number of death threats and hate emails on both private and public email accounts from anonymous senders or people impersonating names from the MH370 passenger list.

“One of my private email accounts has been hacked and that account is in the process of being closed down. I have now moved to a much more secure email provider which requires double authentication. My public email address at [email protected] has not been breached by hackers.

“My website is subject to daily multiple so-called brute force attacks by hackers using multiple IP addresses from all over the globe, but fortunately, due to the sophisticated security system, no one has been able to break in as administrator of the website.”

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Mr Godrey said that this “research into using WSPR to detect and track aircraft will continue. My website providing a forum for technical and scientific discussion regarding the search for MH370 will continue.”

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