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Science fiction colliding with reality growing concern over more cars becoming dependent on software and electronics to simply run.
Turn that your vehicle is at risk of being hacked by cyber terrorists with more on this Lauren fix the car -- -- -- -- -- -- here thanking him.
Come on this cannot be a reality are you kidding I'm sorry it's true that trip is think about it -- connect and -- everyone wants Wi-Fi and a cop who would not want Wi-Fi and her carry.
And then you think about how do you download those upgrades you've probably seen that even like serious satellite radio to upgrade coming is it okay now wait a few seconds.
That's all information coming in your car plus the -- in the -- odd Todd has our tour to hackers and bad guys.
You know it's so funny is that cars look exactly what the same as they have for years and years and years on the outside right but on the inside did you start rolling computer right there's an eighty to a hundred microprocessors in some between twenty to 24 computers to paint -- a car even a basic.
Bob now lying I have no extra options car is going have a -- of microprocessors think about it yet.
Antilock brakes you've got airbags just think -- -- navigation and every single thing in your car.
Including the seatbelts have little microprocessors.
And at the one seat belts yes because there's -- limit errors then and so when -- an accident the seat -- -- you up.
And and that requires a computer they're quite an amount -- when I was preparing for the second that the stories talked about the possibility.
Of cyber terrorists that -- have a car accident.
Maybe everybody on the expressway here on half a car accident at the same time you know that's possible believe it or not I mean some kid who's sitting in some other country -- million countries these Packers they have nothing else knew that I think that's -- A car system -- broken windows some pretty impressive building absolutely -- -- and they've already proven the University of Wisconsin in California couple independent companies you can actually.
Access unlocking the door.
We'll eavesdropping on the conversation which really scares me to deflect the conversation topic of conversation right now -- addition to ABS brakes.
It could make it accelerate you can shut the -- -- and the worst part is if you have an accident.
Of course an accident investigator will check it out.
That -- will disappear after the accident.
How exhilarated -- there a way to stop this right now there is no way to stop however National Highway Traffic Safety Administration does have a cyber department.
They're trying to get in front of -- they have twelve employees.
Remember when Toyota had the unintentional acceleration.
Did go to NASA to get information well yeah -- -- -- employees in DC that doesn't make me.
Doesn't -- me back there but the reality of this the thing that's gonna happen first before we have some kind of big cyber terrorists botch up.
Is that in the eastern -- -- in your car to open your car right.
Think it has lately and steal it they could steal that is still things that are inside -- it they can manipulate your vehicle of course all the manufacturers are also coming up with fire -- Ford already has and I'm sure -- -- receive all the Germans are boring we're working on NASA this.
It's every single car manufacturers to fighting to be the first what -- -- we have the most secure vehicle plus you still get.
That ability to have a connected car an autonomous cars.
That's gonna open up not just a bigger -- -- worms.
In that respect but also from the legal aspect of the game.
Because autonomous cars means that you'll no longer be driving the -- the -- be driving you until somebody hacks that car.
And then you're gonna say was at my -- or whether that's a whole idea I don't know -- literally half of cards is to be able to drive -- isn't quite.
Perhaps exactly get -- trainer about exactly and does that kind of girl that weren't you are -- that is a comment -- couldn't see you -- -- future.
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