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Re: Car Computers Are Vehicles for Hacking, Warns FBI
Posted by Richard Adhikari on 2016-03-22 08:50:44
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The FBI, the U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration last week issued a warning about the threat of automobile hacking. Computers that control functions such as steering, braking, acceleration, lights and windshield wipers, as well as wireless technologies used in keyless entry, ignition control, tire pressure monitoring, and diagnostic and navigation systems, provide portals for cyberattack, the agencies said.





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Re: Car Computers Are Vehicles for Hacking, Warns FBI  Richard Adhikari  2016-03-22 08:50:44
Re: Car Computers Are Vehicles for Hacking, Warns FBI  jafcobend  2016-03-22 08:52:50
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