Corvette hack is one more reason to be wary of connected cars

A cheap, Internet-connected dongle placed in cars by insurance companies let researchers take control of various systems inside a 2013 Chevy Corvette. The flaw has since been patched, but it's just the latest incident in a string of hacks involving connected cars.
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