Hackers can remotely control Tesla’s lights, horn, trunk, wipers, and infotainment system

  • Security researchers from Synacktiv have found three vulnerabilities that can be chained together to hack into a Tesla.
  • Hackers can remotely turn off the lights, honk the horn, open the trunk, activate the windshield wipers, and manipulate the infotainment system.
  • The researchers showcased the vulnerabilities at the Pwn2Own conference.


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