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Some Mazda Models Can Be Hacked with a Flash Drive
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2017, 10:15:18 PM »
Some Mazda Models Can Be Hacked with a Flash Drive
14 June 2017, 9:43 pm

As if we didn't have enough things to worry about, it seems like Mazda cars equipped with the next-gen Mazda MZD Connect infotainment systems can be hacked with a simple USB flash drive. 

This seems to be possible only thanks to a series of bugs that have been known for about three years but done nothing about. According to Bleeping Computer, the issue was discovered and tested out by users of Mazda3Revolution forums some three years ago. Ever since then, Mazda owners have been using theese hacks to customize their infotainment system, install new apps and so on. 

Application security engineer Jay Turla put together the base of mazda_getInfo, a project that automates Mazda car hacks. 

"I just wanted to check what were the possible attack vectors for my car. I also want to test my car just for my personal research as I enjoyed my fist visit at the Car H... (read more)

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