More than anyone, Chris Valasek and Charlie Miller are responsible for alerting Americans to the hacking perils awaiting them in their modern-day cars. Continue reading The problem with how automakers confront hacking threats The problem with how automakers confront hacking threats originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 30 Jul 2015 15:01:00 EST. Show More Summary
Last week, Wired published an account describing how two security researchers, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, were able to wirelessly hack into a Jeep Cherokee, first taking control of the entertainment system and windshield wipers, and then disabling the accelerator. Andy Greenberg, the Wired writer who was at the wheel [...]
Fiat Chrysler said it was voluntarily recalling 1.4 million U.S. cars to fix a software defect that could allow the vehicles to be hacked remotely.This week, security researchers Chris Valasek and Charlie Miller remotely disabled a Jeep Cherokee's brakes and steering -- while the car was on the highway. Show More Summary
Many modern cars have been designed to feel like smartphones — and as we all know, any computer can be hacked, provided you know where to look for security holes. Two hackers, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, are on a mission to increase awareness about the insecurity of current cars' computational systems, and they've proven their point admirably by hacking a Jeep's brakes.
On Tuesday, Wired posted an account of writer Andy Greenberg's ongoing experiment to demonstrate the potential of the 2014 Jeep Cherokee to be remotely hacked. During this round, partners Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek were able to access the vehicle's climate control, entertainment, transmission, and engine via their laptops, all while miles...
Hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek discovered a weak point in Chrysler's Jeep Cherokee Uconnect system and exploited it to take control of a moving Jeep miles away. The duo shared all of their findings with Chrysler so that the company could develop a patch for the hardware. Produced by Grace Raver. Show More Summary
The fix is a response to a recent article in Wired magazine about two well-known hackers, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, who remotely took control of a Jeep Cherokee through its UConnect entertainment system. The Jeep incident was...Show More Summary
Driverless cars promise to be safer than cars driven by humans… but that’s assuming they don’t get hacked by malicious actors. Hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek recently used Wired’s Andy Greenberg as a human guinea pig for their latest experiment that involved taking over his car while it was driving at a high speed. Show More Summary
In a recent story by Wired, hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek remotely hack a moving 2014 Jeep Cherokee being driven on the highway by Wired writer Andy Greenberg. Miller and Valasek start small by turning on the vehicle’s air conditioning, stereo, and windshield wipers before upping their attack and disabling the Jeep’s engine. While safely […]
VPRO (the Dutch public broadcasting organisation) produced a 45-minute documentary about hacking and the trade of zero days. The documentary has now been released in English on Youtube.The documentary features Charlie Miller, JoshuaShow More Summary
While the current focus in recruiting right now is on the class of 2016, Charlie Strong and his Texas staff are already building their 2017 haul with its latest in-state commitment. Four-star wide receiver Damion Miller, who is currently ranked as the No. Show More Summary
Computer researchers Charlie Miller (left) and Chris Valasek showed off their car-hacking abilities for Forbes in 2013. Credit: Travis Collins In an email blast to subscribers today filled with ominous warnings, Consumer Reports, the nation’s biggest consumer watchdog and advocacy organization, called on its members to write congress looking for more [...]
Renald Luzier says his job has become “too much to bear." Report details threats to cartoonists worldwide. George Miller talks "Mad Max" comics. Plus more!
Laura Miller: “You can defend the right to speak without admiring the content of the speech. However, … it is the act of continuing to speak in the face of a [literally] murderous effort to silence them that the award commemorates, not the particular content of that speech.”
The English Horn player definitely looks like Mitch Miller, and the violinist looks like David Nadien. The violist looks like he might be William Lincer.
Goodbye, Benedict Cumberbatch. Hello, Charlie Hunnam! Mr. Cumberbatch will no longer be appearing in the film Lost City Of Z and his replacement is another sexy English bloke! Robert Pattinson and Sienna Miller will also appear in the James Gray directed film with their newest co-star, who was announced this past Tuesday! But Benedict didn't drop out of the [...]
Charlie Hunnam joins Robert Pattinson and Sienna Miller in director James Grey's adaptation 'The Lost City of Z'. [...]
The Sons of Anarchy star joins Sienna Miller and Robert Pattinson for the upcoming adaptation The post Charlie Hunnam to Headline The Lost City of Z appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy) has joined the cast of James Gray’s Lost City of Z opposite Sienna Miller (American Sniper) and Robert Pattinson (Twilight). MICA Entertainment is financing the big screen adaptation of David Grann’s bestseller. Show More Summary
Submitted by James E. Miller via Mises Canada, The recent shooting at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo by Islamic extremists has reignited the debate on how to handle the threat of terrorism. The renewed talk is understandable. Show More Summary