May 11, 2024, 5:44 a.m. | Tushar Subhra Dutta

GBHackers On Security

Modern cars have microcontrollers that use the Controller Area Network (CAN) to perform safety and luxury functions.  However, vehicle hijacking can occur through message injection attacks because the CAN network lacks the security of drive-by-wire systems such as speed control, consequently posing a risk to life.  Despite the efforts of researchers to propose solutions like […]

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