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Beijing Security Conference Offers $10,000 Bounty for Tesla Hack

11
Jul
2014

The Symposium on Security for Asia Network (SyScan), a security conference in Beijing, is asking attendees to try their hand at hacking into a Tesla car. The conference will be full of security experts and if one of them succeeds at cracking Teslas code, they will walk away with $10,000. The conference takes place next Wednesday and Thursday, so participants have time to prepare their hacking tactics.  John Pescatore, director for emerging security trends at The SANS Institute, told Fox News, They have a good security reputation mainly because nobody has pounded on them yet. 

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