Tesla remotely hacked for the second year by the same researchers
Chinese security researchers have once again demonstrated the potential dangers of connected vehicles by remotely hacking a Tesla for the second consecutive year.
Malicious code was run on the Tesla-branded vehicle using the in-car web browser. Once exploited, the researchers were able to put on the brakes remotely, open the doors and trunk, and even blink the lights in time to music from the car’s stereo.
The researchers, from Keen Security Lab in Shanghai, were able to control the vehicle over both...