Two US security researchers have found vulnerabilities in smart car wash solutions sold by PDQ, a US-based vendor of Internet-connected car wash equipment and software. According to the research team, the security flaws could be exploited to cause damages to cars or physical harm to passengers or car wash employees. The vulnerabilities were discovered back in January 2015, but PDQ ignored the research team for almost two years, even after the researchers published some of their findings two years ago.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Bleeping Computer