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Car Hacking Hits the Streets

The top-three carmakers sell only connected vehicles in the United States - and other manufacturers are catching up - creating a massive opportunity for attacks, which black-hat hackers are not overlooking.
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(image by Tomasz Zajda, via Adobe Stock)
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SEODan
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SEODan,
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1/17/2020 | 5:32:59 AM
Re: well
I was asking myself the same question !
noemie
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noemie,
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1/7/2020 | 1:48:18 PM
well
What will it be when all our car will drive autonomously ? How can we prevent hacking those cars ?
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