Tesla Model 3 navigation security flaw enables hackers to take control of Autopilot

Nicholas Fearn
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Sat Nav spoofing is a growing threat to in-car driver assistance systems and autonomous vehicles, warns Regulus

Security researchers claim to have been able to hack into the navigation system of a Tesla Model 3, getting the vehicle to turn itself on.  In early June, security specialists from Regulus condu...

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