For the last three months, car hackers’ terrifying abilities have been on full display. Now we filter out the fear and focus on what we’ve learned.
A new hacking device finds vulnerabilities in auto diagnostic tools that could be used to spread malware to thousands of vehicles.
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A post-mortem on the first known remote car hacking technique.
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The company is asking its users to commit a security sin: Plugging a USB drive they receive in the mail into a sensitive computer.
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The two researchers will apparently be working on securing Uber’s self-driving car of the future.
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A hack that could unlock, track, and remotely start GM vehicles may also affect at least three other automakers.
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The free dongles that insurance companies ask customers to plug into their dashes could expose your car to hackers.
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Chrysler has quietly released a fix for a gaping security flaw that could allow its vehicles to be remotely hacked. Here’s how to get it.
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A long-brewing bill seeks to head off the growing threat of hacker attacks on internet-connected cars, trucks and SUVs.
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I was driving 70 mph on the edge of downtown St. Louis when the exploit began to take hold.
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