Car alarms with security flaws put 3 million vehicles at risk of hijack

Car alarms with security flaws put 3 million vehicles at risk of hijack
Two popular car alarm systems have fixed security vulnerabilities that allowed researchers to remotely track, hijack and take control of vehicles with the alarms installed. The systems, built by Russian alarm maker Pandora and California-based Viper — or Clifford in the U.K., were vulnerable to an easily manipulated server-side API, ... read more
Source- Techcrunch.comPublished on 2019-03-08By Zack Whittaker
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