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Studies show a car’s computer system vulnerable to hacking Special

As you're driving down the highway suddenly your engine cuts out. Your steering fails and your tires start loosing air. Your brakes stop working and your airbags deploy. You're flown to the hospital after causing an eight car pile-up.

Keyless systems for cars: Practical and feasible to hack

Swiss researchers have proved that as the future of car manufacturing includes passive key-less entry and start (PKES) or "smart key" systems, the future of car thieving will shed the burdens of forced entry and the need for a physical ignition key.

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