Wednesday, 22 July 2015

'Car hacking' just got real: Hackers disable SUV on busy highway

New York Times'Car hacking' just got real: Hackers disable SUV on busy highwayWashington PostIt was a driver's worst nightmare. Andy Greenberg was speeding along a busy interstate in St. Louis recently when he suddenly lost control of his vehicle. The accelerator abruptly stopped working. The car crawled to a stop. As 18-wheelers whizzed by ...Connected cars conundrum: Security experts hack into moving car and seize controlFirstpostHackers crash car by remote controlIndependent OnlineHackers 'remotely carjack' Jeep from 10 miles away and drive it into ditchThe IndependentHeadlines & Global News -Baltimore Sun -CBS Localall 254 news articles »

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