Posted by HardOCP News 2:58 PM (CDT)
Tuesday September 20, 2016
A group of researchers say they have remotely hacked a Tesla, taking control of the Model S in both Parking and Driving Mode. According to Keen Security Lab, the vulnerabilities have been confirmed by the Tesla Product Security Team.
With several months of in-depth research on Tesla Cars, we have discovered multiple security vulnerabilities and successfully implemented remote, aka none physical contact, control on Tesla Model S in both Parking and Driving Mode. It is worth to note that we used an unmodified car with latest firmware to demonstrate the attack.