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Hackers Take Down A Tesla Car

Posted on August 10, 2015

At the recent Black Hat Security Conference in Las Vegas, hackers managed to remotely take over a Tesla car — unlocking its doors, starting it, and driving it away, and managing also to shut it down with just the click of the button.

Tesla’s electric Model S is among the most secure cars in the world. But the hackers were still able to break in and control it remotely.

Read the full story at www.independent.co.uk.

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