How a Hacker Tracked Thousands of Cars and Gained the Ability To Kill Their Engines
In this week’s CYBER podcast, we spoke about Motherboard’s scoop on a hacker who breached two GPS tracking companies.
Connected Cars Will Run on Your Personal Data
US privacy laws aren’t keeping up.
The Network Standard Used in Cars Is Wide Open to Attack
Researchers uncover a new vulnerability that may allow hackers to disable your car.
Watch China's Elite White Hat Hackers Pwn a Tesla From 12 Miles Away
Even the high-tech Tesla isn’t immune to hackers, as China's Keen Team team successfully compromised the car remotely for the first time.
The Hacks We Can't See
How Hackers Are Making the Internet and the World a Safer Place
Hackers are the internet’s immune system.
Ex-NSA Spy Shows Us How To Hack a Car
How hackers could take control of your car’s engine, brakes, and even the steering wheel.
If the FBI Is So Worried About Car Hacking, Why Is It Fighting Encryption?
The Bureau’s latest PSA examines the emerging risks of vehicular cybersecurity.
Nissan Disables App that Let Hackers Drain the Battery on Its Electric Car
The company reacts after researchers revealed hackers could take control of air conditioned system and download driver’s trip history.
Hackers Can Download Trip Histories, Tamper With Fans of Nissan Electric Cars
Security researchers find ways to hack yet another internet-connected car.
Watch an Infamous Hacker Take His DIY Self-Driving Car for a Test Drive
In this video from Bloomberg, infamous hacker Geohot unveils his latest project—a self-hacked Acura ILX.
Hack Makes Car Tweet Its Mileage and More
Not all car hacking is about killing people.
Congress's Car Hacking Bill Is a Complete Mess
Manufacturers argue they should control who repairs your car, and Congress's new car hacking bill only makes the situation more messy.