michievous satnav hack?

It turns out that hackers can send secret messages to your RDF car radio, and from there, to your SatNav. No, it’s not serious, but it might be embarrassing.

The story was picked up by VNU Net, and from there, by NewsWireless.

The trick is to use the messages that are coded into RDF radios. Trigger the code, and you’ll get a message. The surprise for most car drivers will be the discovery that everything – but everything – which can go wrong, has been anticipated. Code 27 might say “exploding bomb ahead.” Or code 339 might be for: “Road ahead is blocked by a bullfight.”

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One Response to “michievous satnav hack?”

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