Renault halted manufacturing at plants in France, and Romania to prevent the spread of ransomware in its systems, and a Nissan manufacturing plant in Sunderland, northeast England was also affected.
$22 worth of electronics is all it takes.
A ransomware attack by a hacker left Muni keeping its turnstiles open for free rides on Saturday.
Everyone's being mysterious.
After entering the vehicle identification number, hackers used FCA's DealerCONNECT to reprogram the cars' security systems to accept generic keys.
Uber will pay you $10,000 if you find a critical safety bug in its software. Get hacking.
Unknown hackers carried out a cyber attack on a German Patriot missile battery, and may have actually been able to take control of the system.
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.
BMW is working to fix a cyber-security flaw that has left 2.2 million vehicles worldwide vulnerable to hackers.
A U.S. senator who wants to know how carmakers intend to thwart automotive cyber hackers will wait a little longer for answers.
Next time you walk by a parked Tesla and its sunroof is opening and closing with nobody sitting inside or around it, you could be witnessing a hacker moment. For all of its strengths as a car, the Model S reportedly has a weak spot: the security of its API (application programming interface) authentication, according to an article in the O'Reilly Community by George Reese, executive director of cloud management at Dell. Tesla develops and uses its own API authentication protocols, which have mad
When meeting a duo of computer hackers for the very first time, we imagine hearing the words "We want to convince you that we can hurt you – without hurting you," is bound to release the hounds of anxiety upon your mental makeup. At least, it would ours. And it's those words, uttered by Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek to Forbes staff reporter Andy Greenberg, that introduce us to the reality that modern-day cars can indeed be hacked.
Just a day after Burger King's Twitter account was compromised by "unauthorized users," Jeep's social media feed has been similarly hacked. Both instances of digital incursion share some similarities – the BK hackers changed the company's logo for McDonald's familiar golden arches, saying a sale had occurred, while the Jeep miscreants have replaced Jeep's branding with that of General Motors property Cadillac.
Computer hackers have moved beyond the U.S. military to cyber attack another enemy: Big Oil.
The group of hackers known as Anonymous issued a press release last night announcing their intent to hack and take down the official website for Formula One at formulaone.com for the duration of the Bahrain Grand Prix. Their reason? To protest the increasingly violent crackdown on the people of Bahrain by their own government.
Reuters is reporting that personal information from more than 283,000 Honda Canada customers has been stolen by cyber criminals. The data includes names, addresses, vehicle identification numbers and, most importantly, some financing account information.