Posted February 24th, 2016.
A security researcher has exposed a security flaw in one of the world’s most popular cars, the Nissan Leaf. The exploit takes advantage of a vulnerability through the car’s own application to take control of the car’s functions and journey logs. Australian security researcher Troy Hunt began his experiment by testing a Nissan Leaf...
Posted December 15th, 2015.
An associate professor and white-hat hacker, Hiroyuki Inoue, has demonstrated a proof-of-concept showing cars that are equipped with internet-connected devices can be hacked and even remotely controlled by wielding a smartphone. In an experiment, Hiroyuki Inoue, an associate professor at Hiroshima City University’s Graduate School of...