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Aug 31, 2016

HACKING TRUCKS * USA: The ‘hacker’ had to physically plug into the truck to control it

* ACT - Truck makers draw sting of truck hack reports

--- The Truck Industry Council (TIC) believes vehicle IT security is ahead of the vehicle hacking game) ... In a considered response from its original equipment maker (OEM) members on the issue, TIC has sought to put a recent US experiment into perspective and but also to reiterate their own concerns about potential weaknesses beyond their control... In a considered response from its original equipment maker (OEM) members on the issue, TIC has sought to put a recent US experiment into perspective and but also to reiterate their own concerns about potential weaknesses beyond their control... TIC’s response follows reports that US researchers were able to hack into the onboard control systems of a truck and a bus through their J1939 controlled area network (CAN) system – an experiment that followed a similar action on three car models reported three years ago... TIC says the ‘hacker’ had to physically plug into the truck and bus J1939 CAN system and be physically in the vehicle to control it...
(Photo)  --  Canberra, ACT, Australia - ATN, by Rob McKay - 30 Aug 2016

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