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Self-Driving Vehicles Could Become Targets For Hack Attacks

Posted on June 2, 2015

Americans were introduced to the concept of an out-of-control driverless car in the 1977 horror movie, The Car. It turned out the driverless car was hacked (possessed) by. . . SATAN!
Americans were introduced to the concept of an out-of-control driverless car in the 1977 horror movie, The Car. It turned out the driverless car was hacked (possessed) by. . . SATAN!

U.S. security firms Mission Secure Inc (MSi) and Perrone Robotics Inc say the new self-driving technology elements (cameras, a radar, sonar, LiDAR and everything else a driverless car needs) which were meant to make the cars safe and reliable, could end up leaving them vulnerable to hacker strikes.

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