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Zero-day flaw lets hackers tamper with your car through BMW portal | ZDNet

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The ConnectedDrive portal and BMW domains are vulnerable to attack through unpatched flaws.

When you connect stuff to the internet you become a software company, It doesn’t matter that you develop high end cars with the latest tech, you need to adapt to the reality of software companies.

One of those realities are that software contains bugs and vulnerabilities, and when they get discovered they MUST be fixed and patched ASAP, not after a few months of development process. This will require Over-the-air updating, but in this case it is even simpler, it’s just about patching and updating that web server!

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