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New Cars Vulnerable to Wireless Theft

tkrotchko (124118) writes | more than 3 years ago

Wireless Networking 1

tkrotchko (124118) writes "In a story published by Technology Review, researchers have demonstrated multiple times that they can bypass wireless entry and ignition system to take to a car without the owner's permission. As researchers in the article point out, security of systems will begin have a real impact to every day use if a thief can simply walk up to your car and drive it away.

Although this article is light on technical details, a companion article shows how the researchers accomplished the security bypass.

An interesting read, and certainly something that will no doubt be the subject of a new movie any day now."

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Pointer to the actual details (1)

perenaurel (681620) | more than 3 years ago | (#34780748)

[disclaimer I'm an author of the original paper]
The actual details are available in the full paper : []
the companion article is only remotely related...
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