October 07, 2016

Tesla Patches Security Bugs After Hackers Demonstrate Wireless Attack Remotely Controlling A Moving Tesla Model S 21 September 2016, 8:36 am EDT By Alexandra Burlacu Tech Times Latest News And Scoop On Automotive Tech Now Playing Chinese security researchers recently demonstrated a remote hack of a Telsa Model S, accessing the car's control system and disrupting various actions.

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