Thursday, March 10, 2011

Researchers Hack Into Cars’ Electronics - NYTimes.com

Another good reason to use public transportation…

Because many of today’s cars contain cellular connections and Bluetooth wireless technology, it is possible for a hacker, working from a remote location, to take control of various features — like the car locks and brakes — as well as to track the vehicle’s location, eavesdrop on its cabin and steal vehicle data, the researchers said. They described a range of potential compromises of car security and safety.

Researchers Hack Into Cars’ Electronics - NYTimes.com

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