You may have heard how easy it is to hack a car, taking full control of said car, unbeknownst to the unsuspecting driver. Hacking on all levels is a developing global trend, part of the ongoing cyberwar, and a new reality we have to live in. (Whistleblowers and truth-tellers take note!)
It is part of the 4th-Dimensional (4D) warfare, per my definition. Read my Guide to 3D, 4D, 5D and Multi-Dimensional Universe.
The potential scenarios of the 4th-dimensional cyberwar can be scarier than some imagine. An Armageddon-like scenario comes to mind, so vividly described in a Doctor Who episode, as well as other sci-fi and thriller films.
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- The later your car model the easier it is to hack it. 2008 and earlier cars are generally safe. Latest year (2016-2017) models have had the most complaints from laymen that electronics don’t work properly. This is because your latest model car has been stuffed with backdoor electronics, making it easier to take control of your car, should NSA or another party wanted to do so.
- It helps to have your cars parked in a private, locked garage, should you have one, so they cannot be easily accessed by undesirable third parties.
- Last but not least: it does help to live in a country where government tends not to meddle in its citizens’ affairs as much as in the US. That said, it’s getting harder and harder to find such a country on our globe. But we’ll keep trying, no matter what. 😉
Thanks to FT supporter Maddie @ 1EarthUnited blog for this heads-up tweet:
CAR HACKING VIDEO DEMO:
Ex-NSA hacker Charles Miller demonstrates the dangers of hacking a car, and explains the cyber vulnerabilities of machines we use in our everyday lives.
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