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This day and age with technology and networking's seemingly omnipresence has presented many dangers, one of which happens to be carjacking. Not only after the Black Hat cybersecurity conference on August 3rd, two researchers, Don Bailey and Mat Solnik, from iSec Partners--a security firm based in San Franciso--released a video on youtube demonstrating how easy breaking into a vehicle can be using a PC. During their demonstration they broke into a 1998 Subaru Outback in less than sixty seconds with their computer by finding the car's security system module and bypassing it in order to remotely start the car's engine. This same task, of course, could be performed on someone's cell phone if he or she has internet accessibility...
Imagine your full electric vehicle running on some black crude fluid, or black blood. Your beautiful, elegant, environment friendly cruiser running on a crude black substance. Sounds familiar right? Sounds like something that, oooh, you tried to move away from by going all electric? Well, MIT says otherwise.