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SQL Injection Vulnerability on Tesla Motors’ Website Exposed Customer Records

24
Feb
2014

A security researcher known as Bitquark has identified an SQL Injection vulnerability on the official website of Tesla Motors. Fortunately, the electric car maker addressed the security hole shortly after being notified of its existence.

Initially, the expert only found some cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities on Teslas website. However, after a while, he found the SQL injection bug in the Tesla Motors design studio, which allows customers to customize their car befo…

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