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Source: euronews - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Hacks/Cracks Cars which lock without using keys can be hacked into as easily as any other computerised device. Just as you lock it with your remote control, the thief blocks the signal and the car remains unlocked. Now the the contents can be stolen without attracting attention by breaking a window. It’s already happened in Switzerland, and the piece of equipment thieves use can be bought via the internet – a radio frequency scrambler. But having your car hacked can can also result in it being stolen, pure and simple – and modern cars have multiple vulnerabilities: from the plug for the car’s diagnostic computer to the multimedia functions. The CD and radio, GPS, Bluetooth, WIFI, USB port… they are all doors to hackers.

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