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Report finds 2020 cars vulnerable to hacks that could result in thousands of death
by Kevin Smith, San Gabriel Valley Tribune
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31 July 2019
On 31 July 2019 Los Angeles Daily News reported:
Advanced technologies have greatly improved the functionality of cars, but Internet connections to critical safety systems in the top 2020 vehicles leave them vulnerable to fleetwide hacks, according to a new report. The study, 'Kill Switch: Why Connected Cars Can Be Killing Machines And How To Turn Them Off,' was compiled over a period of five months by Los Angeles-based Consumer Watchdog with the help of car industry technologists. Unveiled at a press conference Wednesday [31 July], the report warns that a fleetwide attack at rush hour could disable the brakes, steering or airbags on vehicles, resulting in a 9-11 scale catastrophe with as many as 3,000 deaths. Automakers have acknowledged that cyberattacks pose a threat as Internet connectivity plays an increasingly bigger role in the operation of vehicles.
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