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Researchers Find Exploitable Bugs in Mercedes-Benz Cars

18
May
2021
Researchers Find Exploitable Bugs in Mercedes-Benz Cars

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The vulnerabilities were found in the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX), the infotainment system initially introduced on A-class vehicles in 2018, but has since been adopted on the car maker’s entire vehicle line-up.

The vulnerabilities, tracked as CVE-2021-23906, CVE-2021-23907, CVE-2021-23908, CVE-2021-23909, and CVE-2021-23910, provides hackers with remote control of some of the car’s functions, but not with access to physical features, such as steering or braking systems.

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