'Unhackable' smart vehicle alarms could be used to steal expensive cars, warn researchers

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Some smart car alarms can come with serious vulnerabilities

Researchers at UK security firm Pen Test Partners claim that a number of supposedly smart car alarms come with serious security vulnerabilities - security flaws that could make it easy for hackers ...

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