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The Summer Of Car Hacks Continues
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Melo10
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Melo10,
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8/16/2015 | 12:11:24 PM
Re: Church and state
I think like you, the security is the most important thing than other things for the cars. For my part i prefer a slowly car but a secure one. I hope the future will increase the security.
RyanSepe
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8/14/2015 | 9:59:43 AM
Re: Church and state
Very much agree with both of your statements. Having a "what you have" (physical device) drastically increases your security, in not only this aspect but many others as well.

Maybe having the car keys double as a key fob? That would be interesting.
Whoopty
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Whoopty,
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8/14/2015 | 6:56:23 AM
Church and state
Much like the way most airplanes separate the networks of its flight controls and the entertainment systems, surely that should be taking place in commercial vehicles now they are becoming more connected? 

Similarly so, I'd like to see some kind of hardware key system, whereby the owner of a vehicle needs to manually approve updates by being physically present with the vehicle, while it's not running. Wireless updates without much input from the user seems like too dangerous a tack to take. 


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