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Connected Car Vulnerability: Are We At Risk?

Charlie Miller’s and Chris Valasek’s talk at Defcon 23 last year detailed the surprisingly long list of things hackers can do to a connected vehicle. Before this, many consumers couldn’t have imagined their air conditioning and entertainment systems shutting off in response to a hacker’s unauthorized input. Miller and Valasek were able to make a […]
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