Car Hacking: 5 proof-of-concept attacks you should know!


Automotive IQ
08/14/2018

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Cyber threats to the automotive industry, and specifically the embedded systems controlling, ever more cars have been highlighted by security consultants and at various hacking conferences.

Many of the popular case studies are driven by the curiosity of white hat hackers. And although many of this year’s mainstream media stories about hackers taking remote control of a car, seem driven by sensationalism or even technophobia, the issue remains: Modern cars are pervasively computerized based on Millions of lines of software code, and hence potentially vulnerable to local and remote attack!

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