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8/9/2013 00:00 AM EDT
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Re: ridikgreen appears to be a spammer
Max The Magnificent   9/4/2014 11:20:19 AM
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Thanks for the heads-up -- I just deleted all his/her posts and disabled his/her account.

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vvc0   9/3/2014 9:31:44 AM
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junko.yoshida   8/19/2013 4:29:04 PM
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@dvk0, well, certinaly this is a cool video. What it shows, though, is not necessarily an answer to the question whether a car or a ship can be hacked; it is about where the weak link resides within any system that an attacker can go after. In this particular case, it is clearly the GPS. In the case of cars, it wasn't GPS, but there are a number of other attack surfaces that researchers exposed. 

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Loser99   8/13/2013 12:48:34 PM
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Why hack a car or a ship when you can hack an ATM machine or a point of sale terminal or a gas pump?

Theres more money in it

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Re: Shipping the ship
Kinnar   8/13/2013 4:44:30 AM
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May be you are right, but Cars are not being controlled by GPS. And Securing the car from all known threats it responsibility of the manufacturer, so this thread of security enhancement will any way continue.

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Shipping the ship
vasanth kumar d   8/13/2013 4:19:30 AM
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Why hack a simple car if you can hack a ship?

Have a look at this article and this youtube video.

 
 

 



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Re: The topic is gaining its importance
Kinnar   8/13/2013 3:19:58 AM
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Yes, It was a very good source of information, SHE (Secure Hardware Extension) and EVITA, are the emerging standards for Automotive Electronic Security, and it was a very surprising to me that virtually all the electronics giants are working on it name it a few like Mentor Graphics, Toshiba, Freescale, Renesas and the list continues. 

You are right SHE enabled automotive electronics will be soon getting seen in the general automobiles.

 

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Re: bluetooth audio hacking I doubt it.....
junko.yoshida   8/12/2013 10:37:43 PM
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Loser99, you may change your mind if you read the following tech paper:

http://www.autosec.org/publications.html

The paper gives you answers to a lot of your skepticism.

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