My last two car purchases were @Honda and my next will not be unless they fix this. People can easily clone your unlock or lock codes and generate others like remote start commands, breaking into and starting your car. That's a security risk I won't accept
Today in the Internet of Shit, we learn you can unlock *any* Honda/Acura car simply by capturing and replaying its key’s radio packets.
The best hope for an entire generation of brutal crimes against humanity in Belarus to ever meet justice comes from the evidence this group of hackers collected and distributed. Possibly the best shot at dismantling this new dictatorship as well.
The next article link I clicked in my feed reader did exactly this, to an uncanny degree. Good job industry!
☑️ Avoid AV signature "incompatibilities"
☑️ Minimize memory usage by amputating unwanted code
☑️ Best practice software engineering principle: isolation
☑️ Reliable, repeatable execution
☑️ All the cool kids are doing it
what's not to like, really?
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