Tesla cars can be tracked, located, unlocked and driven away by compromising the company’s smartphone app. Researchers at Norwegian app security firm Promon demonstrated how easy it appears to be to steal a Tesla. Benjamin Adolphi, mobile software developer at Promon, said he used “simple, known vulnerabilities” that have been around for a long time. He created a fake free Wi-Fi hotspot that featured an ad targeted at Tesla owners, offering them a free burger at a local restaurant.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Infosecurity Magazine