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

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Researchers have found vulnerability in some smart car alarms. Image via Pixabay
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Researchers have found vulnerability in some smart car alarms. Image via Pixabay

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 to steal...

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