Tesla flaws could let hackers turn off lights, honk: Researchers


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French security firm Synacktiv’s researchers recently found some vulnerabilities in a Tesla car that could allow hackers to remotely access the vehicle’s infotainment system. Hackers could then turn off the lights, honk and activate windshield wipers to disrupt the driver, researchers said. They discovered the flaws during a hackathon and won $350,000 cash prize and a Tesla car.

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