Tesla Remotely Hacked With Goal To Prove No Car Is SafeMark Melin
Just days after Tesla’s Elon Musk said his firm was close to being ready to roll out autonomous vehicles, a hacker has taken control of a Tesla Model S, remotely turning off the car as it was driving at a low speed.
Tesla hacked as cybersecurity conference approaches
Cybersecurity researchers Kevin Mahaffey, chief technology officer of Lookout, and Marc Rogers, principal security researcher at . . .
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