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A vulnerability affects Nissan electric cars

02/24/2016
Researcher Troy Hunt announced a security flaw in the application Nissan Connect EV, loaded in LEAF and Nissan EnV-200 electric models that would allow an attacker to control the air conditioning system and heating of the car, as well as access to information on your board and knowing the serial number of vehicle, using only a browser and an internet connection.The Japanese brand has decided to suspend temporarily the application for security reasons.