Chrysler Doesn't Seem Too Concerned Over Car Hacking Claims
Chrysler's latest recall over a security flaw that leaves its cars open to a hack feels like more of a PR move than anything else.By Ben Lawson | July 24, 2015
Fiat Chrysler is recalling 1.4 million vehicles over a cybersecurity vulnerability that could allow certain models to be hacked and controlled remotely.
But it doesn't feel like Chrysler is terribly worried about their vehicles actually being hacked.
This first came to the public's attention earlier this week. Two security researchers took complete control of a Jeep Cherokee while it was being driven in a demonstration for Wired.