SchwartzReport: 14 Year Old Hacker Takes Down Auto Industry — NOW Will You Listen to Us?

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Stephan A. Schwartz
Stephan A. Schwartz

This is an amazing story of the difference between  middle aged corporate thinking is, and where teenagers born into the computer world are.

A 14-year-old hacker caught the auto industry by surprise

One Student’s Exploits Showed Executives How Vulnerable Their Cars Are

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ROBERT STEELE: I opened Hackers on Planet Earth in 1994 on this theme. I am just so sick and tired of the blatant dishonesty and treason that characterize government approaches to reality from which corporate dishonesty flourishes — cheat the people if we can get away with it, lie to the President if we can get away with it, waste is good if we get our percentage — this is the mind-set of the people funded by the American taxpayer. Incidentally, these vulnerabilities have been long known, and used to murder dissidents and investigative journalists with remote speed acceleration and decommissioning of the brakes — this is known as “Boston Brakes.”

See Especially:

Gordon Duff: Modern Cars As Murder Weapons — Just Attach A Transceiver to the On Board Computer, and Assume Control — Works on Aircraft as Well

INTERVIEW: PBS Frontline with Robert Steele on Hackers


Robert Steele: YouTube (4:01) RT Interview on NSA, Cyber-Vulernability, and Government Irresponsibility Since 1988

See Also:

Cyber @ Phi Beta Iota

Hacker @ Phi Beta Iota

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