Hackers Shut Down Jeep Cherokee, Prove That Car-Hacking Is A Serious Threat
Two hackers took over a Jeep Cherokee and killed the engine as it was driving down the highway, demonstrating a vulnerability that directly threatens more than 470,000 vehicles and shows just how unprepared we are for car hacking. The good news is that Wired senior writer Andy Greenberg knew that an attack was coming and no one got hurt (though he doesn’t sound thrilled as he starts losing speed with Mack truck coming up behind him).
Jeep Cherokee hacked: Proof that Uconnect system is . . .
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