Digital Carjackers Show Off New Attacks

A couple of hackers show off a series of nasty new attacks on cars—with Forbes' Andy Greenberg behind the wheel.

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0 1. kaleemyork commented 9 years ago

impressive ..
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+27 2. smi commented 9 years ago

I would be impressed if they did this with my old Yugo 45. >:)
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+15 3. gpullen commented 9 years ago

It will be impressive when they can do it remotely... without having prior access to the car.
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+1 4. Illuminati commented 9 years ago

I would be impressed if I maybe watched whole video...
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+3 5. nomaddaf commented 9 years ago

I fail to see what is amazing about disassembling then rewiring a car that has built-in self control. This all could have been done with 50's technology.P.S. this is why these high tech cars blow.
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+10 6. sharkpoofie commented 9 years ago

#3 i would be impressed if they did this whithout taking apart half of the car in the process :D
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0 7. rokxer commented 9 years ago

I will be impressed when this happen without effort.
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0 8. nomoredavid commented 9 years ago

I would not be surprised that CIA and FSB (Russia) were inspired by this video OR inspired the hackers in this video !
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+1 9. Xionbox (moderator) commented 9 years ago

That's surely why Google's automated car is Prius.
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+1 10. Dauntless commented 9 years ago

#3 i think in a few years time they will be able to come in wirelessly through a gps or other wireless device (maybe even a phone connected via bluetooth) . the scary thing is there is no security whatsoever on these modern ECU's and as soon as someone has access they can control everything!
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0 11. Tarc commented 9 years ago

Well duh. If you take something apart and can change something, you... change something. How surprising!