Cyber Security

Jaguar car hack in New Zealand

“A Jaguar car has reportedly been ‘hacked’ in Auckland New Zealand. Last week, a man sauntered into a car dealership in New Zealand’s largest city and stole a Jaguar XFR, worth nearly £80,000. This unidentified thief did not have the key, which was locked safely away inside the dealership, nor was the car unlocked when it was taken. The car was stolen, it has been concluded, using an electronic device used to hack the lock system.”

Source: Jaguar car hack in New Zealand – SC Magazine

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