Who has control
The Octane Lounge Sept 19, 2016


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While the high-tech electronics and Internet connectivity found in new cars and light-duty trucks have greatly improved vehicle safety and functionality, they’ve also opened the door for electronic hacking of data and even hijacking control of the cars.
The problem has grown exponentially in recent years. A July 2015 Wired magazine report showed how a remote hacker gained control of the transmission, steering and brakes of a Jeep.

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