April 19, 2017

Why Self-Driving Cars Are So Hard to Secure From Hackers

Author: Andy Greenberg. Andy Greenberg Security Date of Publication: 08.01.16. Time of Publication: 3:30 pm. 3:30 pm The Jeep Hackers Are Back to Prove Car Hacking Can Get Much Worse Security researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek. Whitney Curtis for WIRED Almost exactly a year ago, Chrysler announced a recall for 1.4 million vehicles after a pair of hackers demonstrated to WIRED that they could remotely hijack a Jeep’s digital systems over the Internet.

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