Owners of new cars unaware of major vehicle hacking threats, experts say

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    Autonomous technology and vehicle connectivity is putting owners of new vehicles at risk of hacking and the majority of drivers of unaware about how vulnerable their car is, researchers have warned. Share your thoughts on vehicle security in the comments below.

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    l r craven

    we are to dependant on electronics, its too easy for criminals now, a car is now a mobile computer, sales will go down because too expensive to repair

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    Eddie Bamber

    On the contrary, new car sales will go up as cars are now becoming throw away items. They are far too complicated and therefore time consuming to repair. This translates into hefty labour charges. Cars will simply be scrapped unnecessarily. I’m hanging on to my old car which doesn’t have EGR valves, variable valve timing, inlet manifold flaps, DPF filter or any of that other nonsense that new Carson now have.

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