Researchers at Pen Test Partners have wirelessly hacked the Mitsubishi Outlander Hybrid SUV, allowing them to take control of the vehicle’s electric charging and even turn off the alarm system.
In a five minute video, security researcher Ken Munro demonstrates how easy it is for a potential hacker to take control into the system and potentially pinch the car without alerting anyone.
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The major issue is Mitsubishi’s mobile app, which connects to a wireless access point inside the SUV and lets the owner set charging times, turn on the lights, air conditioning, and turn off alarms

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