Thieves using laptops to hack into and steal cars

The theory: raise the hood, cut the alarm, jimmy the door, and use a laptop to hack the car’s computer so it recognizes a signal sent from another key fob.

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Time to stash your keyless car-entry fob in with the frozen pork chops

Thieves could potentially use a $225 signal booster to fool cars into thinking their owners are nearby: a silent theft that doesn’t leave a scratch.

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Warning issued by FBI over dangers of car hacking

As cars get more and more connected, there are plenty of remote and non-remote ways to send them into a ditch.

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Alleged hit-and-run foiled after driver’s car calls the cops on her

Who’re you going to believe? An automatic safety feature that records collisions and calls 911, or its “everything is JUST FINE” driver?

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