More and more devices, from smart dash cams to head-up displays to Bluetooth-enabled diagnostics dongles, are looking to tap your car’s built-in diagnostic (or OBD-II) port for power and data.
The problem: this port… really wasn’t built to be used like that. Primarily designed to be tapped occasionally to better explain that oh-so-vague “Check Engine” light, it… Read More

from iFeeltech IT News Mix4 https://techcrunch.com/2017/04/19/that-fancy-smart-gadget-you-plugged-into-your-car-could-allow-hackers-to-turn-off-the-engine/?ncid=rss

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