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batye
batye
6/13/2016 4:47:59 AM
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Re: Tesla
@Ariella thank you for the link interesting reading, good to know.... thanks

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Michelle
Michelle
6/9/2016 10:43:21 PM
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Re: Tesla
@Ariella thanks for sharing your article!

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Ariella
Ariella
6/8/2016 2:42:44 PM
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Re: Tesla
< Car makers have a lot to prove in future iterations> @Michelle, I couldn't agree more. Last fall I wrote, A Wakeup Call for the Connected Car Industry in which I said, "In the rush to embrace the connected car as an inducement to people to trade up to the very latest technology on the road, carmakers failed on due diligence." 

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Michelle
Michelle
6/8/2016 2:39:19 PM
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Re: Tesla
@Ariella all the research into smart vehicle security vulnerabilites make it easy to buy a dumb car. Indeed, lesser security issues does not equal better or hack-proof. Car makers have a lot to prove in future iterations. I can't imagine how older infotainment systems are maintained (if at all).

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Ariella
Ariella
6/8/2016 8:56:01 AM
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@elizabethv They have been hacked by researched, as presented in Wired last year: https://www.wired.com/2015/08/researchers-hacked-model-s-teslas-already/ Tesla did come up with a patch, but that's not quite the same thing as proving the car to be hack-proof. However, the article did point out the at the vulnerabilities in that case were not as bad as those in the infamous Jeep hack. 

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elizabethv
elizabethv
6/8/2016 6:01:32 AM
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Re: Tesla
@Ariella - Given the price you pay for a Tesla, one would hope they have security of the car figured out. Though I suppose you can never be too sure. That is definitely a scary thought - bad enough that someone could decide to run you off the road, or whatever other kind of road rage they want to throw at you. This could open a whole new panel on road rage.

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DHagar
DHagar
6/7/2016 2:52:40 PM
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Re: Tesla
@afwriter, that is cool!  I bet that set an entirely new high standard for you.  As those "smart" capabilities are available in various car models, it would be hard to see "connected" and "smart technologies"not  becoming widespread luxury options, if not standard.

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DHagar
DHagar
6/7/2016 2:48:17 PM
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Re: Smart Cities
@clrmoney, interesting perspective.  You may be right - they both are also consumer-driven industries that truly link the consumer with industry.

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Michelle
Michelle
6/7/2016 12:58:40 PM
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Re: Nervous Nelly
@Joe I didn't even have to add 'hack' to my search term. Articles about the hacked smart toilets were among the top results! Scary stuff for sure. 

Related: O.T. The Outside Toilet (Bob's Burgers)

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
6/7/2016 8:57:42 AM
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@afwriter: I'm with you, man.  Google "Satis smart toilet" and "hacked".  That's one attack I would not like to be on the receiving -- ahem -- end on.

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