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Internet of Things (IoT): Hack My Ride

Internet of Things (IoT): Hack My Ride

Internet of Things (IoT): Hack My Ride

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A modern car is typically driven by around 100 million lines of code.
Read about the potential security risks and how to avoid them - Link

RE: Internet of Things (IoT): Hack My Ride

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The Breaking System – A complex system that is hooked up to the wheels


One can only hope that "breaking system" is meant to be humorous.

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RE: Internet of Things (IoT): Hack My Ride

Here is a zero-day hack as reported by Watchguard. If you own a Chrysler you need to update. As mentioned in the video post, this also exposes another problem with IoT; how easy is it to update your IoT device.


James P. Cottingham
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RE: Internet of Things (IoT): Hack My Ride

Of course, you could just take it to the dealership. It should only take them 5 minutes. However, the jeep will sit in the parking lot for a week. And then they may charge you extra for their "tech support guy" instead of a mechanic. OK. maybe you should learn to do it yourself.

Here is Sophos' take on this.


James P. Cottingham
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RE: Internet of Things (IoT): Hack My Ride

Now GM's OnStar can be hacked.

James P. Cottingham
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RE: Internet of Things (IoT): Hack My Ride

From Computerworld Security newsletter:

Hacker shows he can locate, unlock and remote start GM vehicles

A white hat hacker has posted a video demonstrating how he can use mobile device to intercept GM's OnStar telematics mobile app to unlock and remote start a vehicle.
http://cwonline.computerworld.com/t/9242382/109948...
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