It’s not always necessary to break into your computer or smartphone to spy on you. Today all are day-to-day devices are becoming more connected to networks than ever to add convenience and ease to daily activities.
But here’s what we forget: These connected devices can be turned against us because we are giving companies, hackers, and law enforcement a large number of entry points to break into
New technology is always a little scary, so are Smart Cars. From GPS system and satellite radio to wireless locks, steering, brakes, and accelerator, today vehicles are more connected to networks than ever, and so they are more hackable than ever.
It’s not new for security researchers to hack connected cars. Previously they had demonstrated how to hijack a car remotely, and how to disable
Next time when you find yourself hooked up behind the wheel, make sure your car is actually in your control.
Hackers can remotely hijack your car and even control its brakes from 12 miles away.
Car hacking is a hot topic.
Today many automobiles companies have been offering vehicles with the majority of functions electronically controlled, from instrument cluster to steering, brakes, and
Some 100 Million cars made by Volkswagen are vulnerable to a key cloning attack that could allow thieves to unlock the doors of most popular cars remotely through a wireless signal, according to new research.
Next time when you leave your car in a parking lot, make sure you don’t leave your valuables in it, especially if it’s a Volkswagen.
What’s more worrisome?
The new attack
The Internet of things or connected devices are the next big concerns, as more Internet connectivity means more access points which mean more opportunities for hackers.
When it comes to the threat to Internet of Things, Car Hacking is a hot topic.
Since many automobiles companies are offering cars that run mostly on the drive-by-wire system, a majority of functions are electronically