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How Hackers can Remotely Hijack Your Chrysler Vehicle

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How Hackers can Remotely Hijack Your Chrysler Vehicle


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Two cyber crime researchers have uncovered a potential flaw in a Chrysler vehicle after remotely hacking and assuming control of its systems. As expected, the car company is in the process of providing succor and has advised customers to update the on-board software in their vehicles. The world has embraced electronics as a norm and the automotive industry has not been left behind. The industry is gradually evolving its means of operations from mechanical to electronics and with this, comes new challenges and vulnerabilities. According to a Wired report, two white-hat security experts have surprisingly hacked and assumed total control…

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Ali Raza

Ali Raza

Ali is a freelance journalist, having 5 years of experience in web journalism and marketing. He contributes to various online publications. With a master degree, now he combines his passions for writing about internet security and technology. When he is not working, he loves traveling and playing games.

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