Cars: The next hacking frontier?
That nice, new computerized car you just bought could be hackable. Of course, your car is probably not a high-priority target for most malicious hackers. But security experts tell CNET that car hacking is starting to move from the realm of the theoretical to reality, thanks to new wireless technologies and evermore dependence on computers to make cars safer, more energy efficient and modern.
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