Full remote control of ALL modern U.S. market cars PROVEN
Created on 22 June 2013
Written by Jim Stone
Hastings' 2013 Mercedes could have instead been hijacked via remote
control, run to full throttle with all driver input disabled, and rammed
into a tree.
A team of hackers from the Department of Computer Science at the
University of Washington conducted a study which has proven that all
cars equipped with antilock brakes sold in the U.S. can be hacked via
remote control and have their brakes entirely disabled with the car in
motion, throttle revved, and remain fully operational with the key
removed and the car in park with all driver input entirely ignored.
Though I myself think Hastings was murdered beforehand, parked and
burned because the initial fire pictures showed a car with no front
impact damage and a blown up rear end, only to be interspersed with
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