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wow, that's pretty interesting! I imagine it would be fairly compilcated to plan that and carry it out!
 

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I always new that one day this would eventually happen. In my opinion, anything that is transmitted through the air can and will be analyzed and cracked.

There goes my insurance premium! :evil:


From the article.

"We are always coming up with new ways to make it harder for people to steal cars," Twork said. "And if a car is stolen, we are making it easier to recover."

More like, We are always coming up with new ways for thieves to hack.

Ya, whatever. First thing they should do is engrave the VIN into all the windows. DUHHH!

Doesn't take very long to strip a car for its parts. Or driven to the border. If you own a Honda, beware!
 
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