페이지 정보작성자 최고관리자 작성일2018-10-22 14:00
A 21-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday in Waco, Texas, on suspicion of car theft. The man stole the model S from Tesla's professional carmaker Trevels and was caught in three days. According to local police, the suspect manipulated the car using the Tesla Smartphone app and simply unlocked the car door. I also disabled GPS to avoid tracing the route.
John Marino, owner of the car rental company, said, "I remember having met a couple of suspects," he said. "I suspect it was the murderer," he said, often because he knew a lot about cars and security.
However, there is also a claim that this case is hardly the case of Tesla's car security. It is the same level of events as the one who physically steals a car key. There is also an explanation that the manufacturer did not connect to the car's system in an unintended way, but used the car in the normal way. "It seems that I've been using a car in my app since I've been spotting the VIN number of my stolen car, which I usually go to and from car rental companies," said Mark Carterman, a forensic expert in the US. I downloaded the application originally provided by Tesla and used it like a smart key. "
On the other hand, there has been a lot of discussion about the necessity of international response as the cases of car hacking have increased recently. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UN / ECE / WP.29), which discusses international safety standards for automobiles, Security Special Expert Group (TFCS) '.
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