'War texting' lets hackers unlock car doors via SMS

But with hundreds of embedded mobile devices, car hacking is just the tip of the iceberg

By , IDG News Service |  Security

In April, Bailey used similar techniques to hack Zoombak's personal locator devices, and there are hundreds of other similar products that have not been examined. "This architectural flaw expands to so many engineering industries," he said.

Robert McMillan covers computer security and general technology breaking news for The IDG News Service. Follow Robert on Twitter at @bobmcmillan. Robert's e-mail address is robert_mcmillan@idg.com

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