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THESE cars can be hacked in SECONDS – Do YOU own one of them?

Keyless entry cars could be at risk from con artists using radio transmitters to steal vehicles. The Sun revealed vehicles from 30 manufacturers which could be unlocked and started using one simple hack. A German company ADAC, used radio transmitters to test which...

Car hack affecting millions could be unfixable

A security flaw that could affect millions of cars has been identified, with researchers warning that there may be no fix available to protect susceptible vehicles. The exploit works by overloading the so-called CAN, or “car device network”, which connects all of the...
[03-08-17] The WGAN Morning News

[03-08-17] The WGAN Morning News

  Click to View Today’s Show Notes — Transcript WGAN_2017-03-08_CIA-Spy-Tools-on-Wikileaks Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors. Airing date: 03/08/2017 CIA Spy Tools on Wikileaks – Samsung TV Compromise Ken Altshuler: And I...
[03-01-17] The WGAN Morning News

[03-01-17] The WGAN Morning News

  Joined Ken and Matt today to discuss what happened with one of the biggest cloud service providers. Just last week, Cloudflare was reported to have a bug that leaked passwords, account information, like credit cards, phone numbers, home addresses, cookies, and more....

Cartapping: How Feds Have Spied On Connected Cars For 15 Years

The rapid spread of connected devices that can listen and locate has been a boon for law enforcement. Any new technology hooked up to the web has the potential to become a surveillance device, even if it’s original purpose was benign, as shown in a 2016 Arkansas...

The Automotive Black Box Data Dilemma

Built into the framework of U.S. citizens’ civil liberties is the right to privacy. Though not specifically mentioned in the U.S. Constitution, privacy is cherished as a catchall concept that limits government intrusion into people’s lives and establishes boundaries...