Uber hires hackers in order for them to conduct well-rounded research on their self-driving cars. According to the Wall Street Journal, Uber Technologies Inc. hired security researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek who will work in the company’s Pittsburgh lab. Show More Summary
Uber is hiring two hacking experts to work on its driverless car development program. The two respected security engineers are Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek. The men made headlines when they hacked into a Jeep Cherokee in July and remotely took over the engine and the braking system. Show More Summary
Security researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Vlasek made headlines last month when they hacked a Jeep while it was driving down the highway at 70 MPH. The willing target? Wired writer Andy Greenberg. From a distance, Miller and Vlasek were able to control the Jeep’s vents, the radio, the windshield wipers, and more. Show More Summary
Uber has hired the hackers behind one of the most terriyfing hacks in recent memory. You’ll remember Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek as the security researchers who last month demonstrated their ability to stop Chrysler vehicles in their tracks remotely by hacking their internet connected powers. More »
The company’s latest talent grab snared Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, who recently startled the auto industry by hacking remotely into Fiat and Chrysler vehicles.
The hack of a Jeep Cherokee was the most significant car hacking story to break recently. Now the guys responsible will work for Uber. Uber snatched up Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, the hackers who exposed a serious security vulnerability...Show More Summary
Chris Valasek and Charlie Miller, the security researchers behind some of the most prominent car-hacking studies to date, are taking on their next automotive challenge. Continue reading Uber hires the guys who hacked a Jeep Cherokee Uber hires the guys who hacked a Jeep Cherokee originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 28 Aug 2015 17:20:00 EST. Show More Summary
Charlie Miller, Chris Valasek reportedly hired to help secure self-driving cars.
Image: Uber Uber has hired the two security researchers who made headlines earlier this month after hacking into a Jeep. The researchers, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, both this week quit their previous jobs at Twitter and security firm IOActive, respectively. Show More Summary
Charlie Miller, one of the world’s most renowned security researchers, quits social media network after three years.
Image: Charlie Miller/Twitter A security researcher who helped expose just how vulnerable modern cars may be to hackers is leaving his full time job at Twitter. Charlie Miller confirmed on Twitter (where else?) late last night that he would be leaving the San Francisco-based social media company later this week. Show More Summary
The security researcher who hacked into a moving Jeep earlier this year has resigned as an engineer at Twitter Inc after three years on the job, a person familiar with the matter said. Charlie Miller, a former National Security Agency hacker who is the one of the world’s best-known security...
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Stories surrounding car hacking seem to be all the rage these days. The issue was first thrust into the spotlight a few weeks ago when famed hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek were able to take over Wired reporter Andy Greenberg’s jeep as it sped down the highway at 70 mph. Show More Summary
Last month, Wired published an account describing how security researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek were able to wirelessly hack into a Jeep Cherokee. After first taking control of the entertainment system and windshield wipers, they then disabled the accelerator. Show More Summary
Last month, security researchers Chris Valasek and Charlie Miller made headlines when they remotely hacked a Jeep Cherokee, killing the transmission as a Wired reporter drove at high-speed down the freeway. But with cars representing...Show More Summary
Last month, Wired journalist Andy Greenberg was driving a Jeep on the motorway. Everything was fine until two hackers started to monkey around with the car’s air conditioning and windscreen wipers. The pair, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, even managed to bring the car to a complete stop, all while sat miles away on a laptop. Show More Summary
Hacking and cyber terrorism is a real-life possibility that threatens us on a daily basis. The world just learned how deadly the threat can be on a personal level when Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek completely took over a 2004 Jeep Cherokee as it drove down the highway. Show More Summary
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