Drawing Lessons From July’s Jeep Hack

Drawing Lessons From July’s Jeep Hack

By Jessy Irwin If you were anywhere near the internet in late July, you probably read the news: Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, two security researchers who specialize in hacking cars, figured out how to remotely take control of a Jeep.
They didn’t just take control of the vehicle from ten miles away— the hacking duo exploited a software flaw that shut down the Jeep’s engine while… Read More

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