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|14th May 2010, 15:45||#1|
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Hacking Automotive Systems
In a paper set to be presented at a security conference in Oakland, California, next week, the researchers say that by connecting to a standard diagnostic computer port included in late-model cars, they were able to do some nasty things, such as turning off the brakes, changing the speedometer reading, blasting hot air or music on the radio, and locking passengers in the car. The point of the research isn't to scare a nation of drivers, already made nervous by stories of software glitches, faulty brakes, and massive automotive recalls.
Displaying an arbitrary message and a false speedometer reading on the driver information center. Note that the car is in Park.
Last edited by jmke : 14th May 2010 at 15:47.
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