Y'know Uncle, you really need a hobby don't you. I mean scouring the web looking for proof to support your claims for the past 2 years? Were you the youngest child of 5 that used to get beaten up by your older siblings?
So, lets see - the Iranians
(yeah, they wouldn't have anything to gain from lying would they - after all they are only enriching Uranium for peaceful purposes!) have managed to decode from the basic navigational memory of the GPS that the UAV was here and there. Surely far more telling would be the type and kind of intel info it was picking up. that to me would tell me that the thing truly had been hacked. My claim (just that of a humble troll) still stands - the drone wasn't controlled by the iranians (if so why not land the damn thing instead of crashing it) the drone lost the GPS signal circled and ran out of juice.
This UAV that Prof Humphreys has claimed to have controlled seem to be small and of limited range and altitude. Large scale UAV's cruise and operate at altitudes up to 50,000 feet. In which case my question to you is how did the Iranian's detect the UAV given the RQ-170 has a VLO design (steathy if you will)? Then what size transmitter would they need to spoof the UAV and how was the UAV tracked?
But the biggest flaw in your arguement is exposed by Faux new's own expert who said:
"Unlike military UAVs, which use an encrypted GPS system
, most drones that will fly over the U.S. will rely on civilian GPS, which is not encrypted and wide open to infiltration. Humphreys warns it is crucial that the government address this vulnerability before it allows unmanned aerial vehicles broad access to U.S. airspace." (sorry, not strictly a quote - I added the underlining, embolding and italicised font for uncle's benefit)
Even if everything you say is correct (and that would be a pretty long bow to draw), don't you think by now that the US would have sewn up all the security holes? (or would that only have happened under a Republican government LOL) Pretty much as soon as it was realised that AlQ were intercepting the video signals being downloaded from the small tactical UAV's the army replaced them with encrypted systems. These larger systems are far more strategically important - I'm dead sure they would be ensuring that these UAV's or RPV's (please don't call them drones - you are revealing your ignorance) remain secure into the future.