Wednesday, August 03, 2016

Jeep hackers at it again, this time taking control of steering and braking systems

(The Verge) A pair of hackers have compromised their Jeep Cherokee, fooling the car into doing dangerous things like turning the steering wheel or activating the parking brake at highway speeds. It’s the same pair that hacked their Jeep remotely last year. But, because this version of the hack requires physical access to the car — in this case, through a laptop connected to the OBD II engine diagnostic port — it may not be quite as scary, except for the fact that they’re controlling way more vehicle systems.

A year ago, the two cybersecurity researchers, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, remotely compromised a Jeep Cherokee.

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