Car computers hacked

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Craig
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Re: Car computers hacked

Post by Craig » Sat 07 Sep 2013, 17:40

:lol: Can't hack this....really. :D
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Bearhawke
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Re: Car computers hacked

Post by Bearhawke » Mon 09 Sep 2013, 00:42

I have a bad feeling about this as well...............hacking in and taking command of a vehicle while it's in motion. Worse; certain $$$ vehicles today have electronically controlled parking brakes like certain Jaguars (nop more direct mechanical set/release) so if the regular service brakes were compromised, the car may be unstoppable-------------literally. :evil:
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