didn't take long did it

  stalion 19:03 06 Feb 2005
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Hackers are now useing laptops with wireless technology to hack in to expensive cars computers, over ride the system and immobolise the alarm.They then start the car after a few taps of the keys on the laptop the car is gone.
What next? bank cash points burglar alarms.
It seems every new piece of innovative technology makes us less safe

  JonnyTub 19:05 06 Feb 2005

Back to the ole' padlocks then eh :-D

  CurlyWhirly 19:09 06 Feb 2005

Yes, I agree.
New technology is always a new playground for hackers to try out their dirty deeds.

  JonnyTub 19:22 06 Feb 2005

I sense a business opportunity for the budding entrepreneur here.

  NIGEY 19:26 06 Feb 2005

take the wheels off when ya park the car.....brilliant eh?.....just a thought!!!

  VoG II 20:34 06 Feb 2005

My solution is to drive a crap car - nobody interested in nicking it ;o)

  stalion 20:40 06 Feb 2005

I already drive a crap car, what bothers me are the implications for other uses this wireless technology can be used for that could affect all of us
Regards

  bremner 20:43 06 Feb 2005

That won't save you click here

  VoG II 20:46 06 Feb 2005

Thanks?

I'll stick to taking the starting handle with me.

  JonnyTub 20:51 06 Feb 2005

Hmm, where does FE park at night?

  bremner 21:01 06 Feb 2005

Oh yes I've seen them in those old silent films - bit before my time ;-)

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