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5 Lessons From the Summer of Epic Car Hacks

5 Lessons From the Summer of Epic Car Hacks

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.

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Your BMW or Benz Could Also Be Vulnerable to That GM OnStar Hack

Your BMW or Benz Could Also Be Vulnerable to That GM OnStar Hack

A hack that could unlock, track, and remotely start GM vehicles may also affect at least three other automakers.

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Chrysler and Harman Hit With a Class Action Complaint After Jeep Hack

Chrysler and Harman Hit With a Class Action Complaint After Jeep Hack

If the complaint is certified as a class action, it could snowball into a case with more than a million potential plaintiffs.

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This Gadget Hacks GM Cars to Locate, Unlock, and Start Them

This Gadget Hacks GM Cars to Locate, Unlock, and Start Them

Hacker Samy Kamkar shows that the problem of internet-connected cars being vulnerable to hacks just keeps getting bigger.

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Brinks’ Super-Secure Smart Safes: Not So Secure

Brinks’ Super-Secure Smart Safes: Not So Secure

“Making these safes smart…has actually drastically reduced the security of something that was fairly safe to begin with.”

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