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Cybersecurity researchers found six significant vulnerabilities that could allow hackers to control the vehicle.
Researchers found that hackers can breach devices and steal the data by pointing an antenna and picking up those vibrations.
American businesses cannot stay neutral in what is clearly now an all-out war over the future of the worldwide Internet.
The explosion of Internet-connected computer features in automobiles give hackers a doorway into the control system of your car.
This as hackers threatened to publish names and salacious details about the infidelity website's clients.
The site is heartened by some initial public response that sees it as a victim.
The hacker group says it will release sensitive information of clients of the dating site for cheating spouses.
Still not a peep, even two months after discovering that sensitive personal information was compromised in a hack of government databanks, officials say.
An alliance including Ford and General Motors said it will create a center for sharing information and analysis to help make cars more secure.
Data stolen included Social Security numbers and other sensitive information.
Can you guess which one fails the worst?
The break-in, which is currently being investigated by the F.B.I., serves as a vital lesson in password protection.
You should probably change your LastPass password, ASAP.
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