He said it is more complicated than hacking into a personal computer but that his latest research shows that “with a minimal number of people you can have results where you can control the car, and do things that are detrimental to safety.”
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Car-hacking mischief potential is great
CYBERCONTROL:US research found that a car’s steering, brakes and head-lamps can be easily hacked and controlled through its computerized systems
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