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There is an unpatchable vulnerability that affects most modern cars. It’s buried in the Controller Area Network (CAN): Researchers say this flaw is not a vulnerability in the classic meaning of the word. This is because the flaw is more of a CAN standard design choice that makes it unpatchable.

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A recent decision by the US Copyright Office to temporarily remove certain restrictions in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) paves the way for security researchers to look for vulnerabilities in connected cars and medical devices without fear of legal repercussions. The Copyright Office on Oct. 27 issued a set of long-awaited rules governing the […]

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Researchers have disclosed two remote keyless system attack methods that can be exploited by thieves to clone entry remotes and unlock millions of cars worldwide. The fact that various functions of a moving car can be hijacked by a hacker with local or remote access is not a secret, but most attacks are not easy […]

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