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Whitepaper: Cybersecurity Risk for Connected Cars

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Whitepaper: Cybersecurity Risk for Connected Cars

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This article was posted on Wednesday, 22:40, UTC.

A whitepaper has unveiled that design flaws could allow hackers to take control of connected vehicles. The¬†cybersecurity division of IOActive reported in the whitepaper that 50 percent of cyber vulnerabilities discovered in manufacturer designs have the potential to be exploited. Furthermore, 71 percent of the vulnerabilities listed could be operated without any difficulty, according to Business Cloud. Three years’ worth of data and active vulnerabilities were looked at and detailed in the ‘Commonalities in Vehicle Vulnerabilities’ whitepaper. The research found that hackers could target vehicles through technologies such as Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) Radio, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, on-board diagnostics equipment and…

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