Could Your Car Be Hacked by Al Qaeda?!


Something else for Obama to take advantage of.
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Some top security analysts are warning that as our vehicles become more sophisticated, they also become more vulnerable to hackers and even terrorists!

Cyberterror analyst Morgan Wright joined Happening now to weigh in on whether this is really something we should be concerned about. Wright said we can never say never, because on September 10, 2001 people thought that it was farfetched to think that two planes could be flown into the World Trade Center.

Researchers from the University of Washington and the University of California at San Diego hacked into an ordinary mid-priced late-model sedan available to any consumer and were able to unlock car doors, eavesdrop on conversations, turn the engine on and off and compromise critical vehicle systems.



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