Hackers take control of a Tesla on the road - from 12 miles away
The potential dangers of connected and driverless cars have been put into the spotlight by a team of hackers that took remote control of a Tesla Model S while it was moving.Now, before we go any further, it's worth pointing out that the hackers (a research team from China's Keen Security Lab), have worked closely with Tesla to patch the vulnerability...
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