Step Away from the (Hackable) Vehicle! Part 1 of 2
But in order for someone to even take control of the car they had to create a new version of the UConnect firmware. Also this hack was done by white hat (aka ethical) hackers. It's not like ISIS has their hands on it. It's much todo about nothing. It's great that it's making automakers think more about security. But seriously, patch your car and call it a day. It's super simple to do from home all you need is a 4gb USB drive and about 30 minutes.
Last edited by Ruffnredi; 08-04-2015 at 10:14 PM.
Reason: Premature send