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Researchers printed up stickers to fool machine vision into thinking a stop sign was a speed limit sign.

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Bad boys, whatcha gonna do when BMW comes for you?

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The hacker, who wanted $73,000 in bitcoin, was hacked back.

A ransomware attack by a hacker left Muni keeping its turnstiles open for free rides on Saturday.

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Tesla has paid out 159 bounties, but we don't know how much money.

Everyone's being mysterious.

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Models going back to 1995 can be unlocked by theives.

The signal from a key fob can be intercepted and retransmitted to unlock a vehicle.

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Mr. Robot meets UConnect.

In an effort to enhance cybersecurity, FCA is working with Bugcrowd to pay out bounties for hackers who find systems exploits.

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After a gas station monitoring system was hacked earlier this year, Trend Micro researchers Kyle Wilhoit and Stephen Hilt decided to take a closer look. Turns out gas monitors are never safe.

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Researchers discovered several vulnerabilities in the Tesla Model S that allowed the popular electric sedan to be hacked. They worked with the EV maker, and the holes have been patched.

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Harman believes that there aren't similar software vulnerabilities as the one in the Uconnect system that the company supplies to FCA.

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FCA US is recalling 1.4 million vehicles in the US to send the owners a software upgrade to prevent potential hacks. The issue stems from the weakness recently discovered in the Uconnect system in a Jeep Cherokee.

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EV Automaker The Latest To Experience Unauthorized Access

Tesla's Twitter account and its media-relations email were briefly hacked over the weekend.

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A Quick Primer On The Past, Present, And Future Of Car Hacking

Modern cars are nothing more than computers on wheels. As such, they're vulnerable to hackers.

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Concerns Grow Over Auto Industry's Cyber-Security Blind Spots

Cyber threats have emerged as a big concern for automakers, as researchers have exposed serious holes in vehicle security that could allow hackers to commandeer cars. Those worries might be small compared to what's ahead.

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One Student's Exploits Showed Executives How Vulnerable Their Cars Are

A 14-year-old boy may have forever changed the way the auto industry views cyber security.

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60 Minutes has a segment showing how the Software Innovation Division of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency hacks into a Chevrolet Impala through the Onstar telematics system and gains control of the vehicle while reporter Leslie Stahl is driving.

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Remote Nature Of Attack Is A Worrisome Landmark

A cyber-security hole that left more than two million BMWs vulnerable may be the most serious breach the auto industry has faced in its emerging fight against car hackers.

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Automaker Fixing Security Hole With Over-The-Air Updates

BMW is working to fix a cyber-security flaw that has left 2.2 million vehicles worldwide vulnerable to hackers.

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It used to be that all it took to steal a car was a slim jim and a deft hand. But as the recent hacks of models like the Toyota Prius and Tesla Model S shows, these days it takes some real technical know-how. Automakers appear to actually be taking this threat seriously, which means they'll be keenly interested in the news that hacker Silvio Cesare in Australia has his own high-tech approach to breaking into a vehicle that is even possible remotely.

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The $10,000 prize for successfully hacking a Tesla Model S has been claimed. A team from Zhejiang University in China claimed victory at the Symposium on Security for Asia Network (SyScan360) event in Beijing by exploiting a "flow design flaw," whatever that means, to gain access to vital systems including the door locks, horn and window controls, while the vehicle was moving.

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