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post #11 of 58
>looks outside
>subaru outback

welp
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post #12 of 58
And here I was looking for a lexus to replace my grand prix. Guess I'll just get a malibu with a manual and roll up windows.
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post #13 of 58
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Bailey and Solnik are working with the manufacturer of the car alarm system to fix its vulnerabilities. Bailey said the unidentified manufacturer has fixed many of the security issues.
I'm glad they're actually working with companies to stop this, rather than releasing the tools to the public.

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Originally Posted by Dethredic View Post
So basically the "hacker" has to take my car's alarm system out of the car, then run some tests on it to get the secret phone number, and then they can unlock / start the engine.

Well If they can get the alarm systems out then why bother with the hack and just take the car.

This is more for demonstration purposes
No, they said there are ways and means of obtaining the frequency of the security devices but for their demonstrations they simply used a 'known' number. They showed it off at a convention so they didn't have time to try and discover the code, however they did say it was entirely possible to retrieve the code without physically looking at the device.
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post #14 of 58
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That is possible because car alarms, GPS systems and other devices are increasingly connected to cellular telephone networks and thus can receive commands through text messaging.
wait wut

Who designed the care system to take commands from text message.

*Sitting in car, txting someone 'we are leaving right now'*
*Car intercepts sms, turns right*
*crashes*

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post #15 of 58
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kirby1 View Post
Guess my old 98 honda civic is safe.
And so is my '94 VW Corrado .
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post #16 of 58
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Originally Posted by .:hybrid:. View Post
wait wut

Who designed the care system to take commands from text message.

*Sitting in car, txting someone 'we are leaving right now'*
*Car intercepts sms, turns right*
*crashes*

*Sitting in car, texting someone "Hey! I just picked up the Transformer'*
*Car intercepts sms, transforms into Autobot*
*Flies off to Cybertron*

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post #17 of 58
that's what insurance is for.
    
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post #18 of 58
Technology like computers in cars are a detriment in my eyes. Things like digital gauges freeze and lag, things like digital odometers which were supposed to fix odometer fraud have only made it easier. When your digital dash has 20 different things to show you that can only be a distraction. There should only be 4 gauges on an instrument cluster and the only ones you should be checking are RPM's and Speed. Your steering wheel should be just that, not loaded with random buttons to control things you shouldn't be able to control while driving and there shouldn't be a huge touchscreen computer in the center console that tells you what movie it recommends or current world events. When they only things you could do in the drivers seat was drive, the world was a lot safer.
post #19 of 58
Somehow I knew this would be the result of the new technology being implemented.
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post #20 of 58
I'm speechless that such "technology" is allowed inside a vehicle.

I, I can't even....

I hate modern vehicles.

Quote:
Originally Posted by pale_neon View Post
that's what insurance is for.
Gives them an excuse to bump up quotes further - no thanks.
Edited by Thingamajig - 8/21/11 at 11:46am
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