There are lots of papers concerning car hacking. It is often done with physical access (by the OBD interface for example), sometimes without (Remote Exploitation of an Unaltered Passenger Vehicle). ...
I'm currently researching into CAN security for in-vehicle communication. I would like to know if anyone knows a reason why the CAN payloads of an ECU communication (between CAN nodes) should be ...
The German automobile club ADAC did a test with several cars which open doors and start the engine with a "keyless entry" system. You don't have to push a button on your car key. If you get near your ...
I am interested in installing a security camera in my car, but I am worried about an adversary gaining physical access to the camera, and destroying the footage; leaving me with no evidence. ...
Car manufactures like BMW, Audi or Mercedes-Benz all provide mobile applications to control your car. All apps share really critical functions like remote lock/unlock or the ability to find your car ...
Referring to the security experts who demonstrated taking control of two popular vehicle models using a laptops connected to ECUs (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-23443215), what are the ...
How secure are car remote keys? When you lock or unlock your car, can someone spoof or make another remote key? How do car remote keys work? Do they use some kind of private/public keys, encryption? ...
The vehicles are fitted with a security system to track their movements and report it back to their owners if they are moved unauthorized. My question is: can we have an additional security system ...
Why do car makers rely on physical start keys, which can be stolen by home burglars and then used to start the vehicle? Why don't they use more secure methods such as a personal PIN, or a pin code to ...