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CEO, Theia Labs
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Craig Smith is the author of The Car Hacker's Handbook. He runs Theia Labs, a research firm that focuses on security auditing and building hardware and software prototypes. He has worked for several auto manufacturers and provided them with his public research. He is also a founder of the Hive13 hackerspace and OpenGarages.org. Craig is a frequent speaker on car hacking and has run workshops at RSA, DEF CON, and other major security conferences.

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How to Hack Your Own Car

4/5/2016
As vehicles become more software-driven, car manufacturers are keeping the inner workings of electronics systems more secretive. Here's one way to maintain security updates and still preserve your 'freedom to tinker.'

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