Security Week: Tesla Car Hacked Remotely From Drone via Zero-Click Exploit. “The attack, dubbed TBONE, involves exploitation of two vulnerabilities affecting ConnMan, an internet connection manager for embedded devices. An attacker can exploit these flaws to take full control of the infotainment system of a Tesla without any user interaction.”
Washington Post: Hundreds of covid cases reported at Tesla plant following Musk’s defiant reopening, county data shows
Washington Post: Hundreds of covid cases reported at Tesla plant following Musk’s defiant reopening, county data shows. “Tesla’s Bay Area production plant recorded hundreds of covid-19 cases following CEO Elon Musk’s defiant reopening of the plant in May, according to county-level data obtained by a legal transparency website. The document, obtained by the website PlainSite following a court ruling this year, showed Tesla received around 10 reports of covid-19 in May when the plant reopened, and saw a steady rise in cases all the way up to 125 in December, as the disease caused by the novel coronavirus peaked around the country.”
CNBC: Tesla cars keep more data than you think, including this video of a crash that totaled a Model 3
CNBC: Tesla cars keep more data than you think, including this video of a crash that totaled a Model 3. “Crashed Tesla vehicles, sold at junk yards and auctions, contain deeply personal and unencrypted data including info from drivers’ paired mobile devices, and video showing what happened just before the accident.”
TechCrunch: Data breach exposes trade secrets of carmakers GM, Ford, Tesla, Toyota . “Security researcher UpGuard Cyber Risk disclosed Friday that sensitive documents from more than 100 manufacturing companies, including GM, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, Tesla, Toyota, ThyssenKrupp, and VW were exposed on a publicly accessible server belonging to Level One Robotics.” Isn’t that more of a leak than a breach? C’mon now.
IFTTT: It’s in your car. Or at least in your Tesla. “A groundbreaking vehicle deserves an equally elevated dashboard. EVE for Tesla works with the Tesla Model S, Model X, and Model 3 — and now, IFTTT! Connect EVE to create a custom experience that complements and enhances the other services you use every day.”