Chrysler and Nissan respond to 'hackable' claims

A while ago some computer security researchers prepared a list for world’s most hackable cars and top three ranks were scored by Jeep Cherokee 2014, Infiniti Q50 2014 and Cadillac Escalade 2015. The researchers assessed the car safety for remote attacks. However, they did not test the cars but reviewed the network architecture which is prone to cyber-attacks. Chrysler and Nissan both responded to these claims. Chrysler suggested verifying and if problem found, remediating while Nissan suggested reviewing the findings.

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