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Vulnerabilities in Tesla Model S allow its remote control

09/20/2016

Chinese security company Security Lab Keen has released a video which demonstrated how an electric Tesla Model S car can be remotely controlled. Tests performed by researchers that show how it can be remotely control the car’s brakes, door locks, move the seats or the Tesla screen. These vulnerabilities have been reported to Tesla and the company release a software update.