The aircraft flight data is a reminder that CBP does not only fly drones along the border.
The surveillance drone is flying in a circle above the city, which has broken out in protests over the police killing of George Floyd.
Dronesense, which sells a platform for controlling drones to police, left customer data including flight plans exposed.
The drone maker is offering between $100 and $30,000 to hackers who find and report vulnerabilities in the software of its unmanned aerial vehicles.
The CH-5 is now all but ready to enter service with the Chinese military, as well as go up for sale on the international market.
It could lead to better drones in the future.
Good news for Canadians.