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Headline They crack the electronic keys of cars to be able to steal them
Year 2021
Month November
Country United States

High-tech thieves are hacking into key fobs from newer cars and experts are advising about this practice becoming more common. As in the case of Jennifer Wilson, who paid $90,000 for a customize Dodge Charger and it got stolen four days after making a duplicate of her key fobs. Sam Hussein, from Metrotech Automotive in Dearborn speaks about how these methods are getting more sophisticated. In this case, Detroit police found a programmer of key fobs during a traffic stop, finding out that it is only necessary to reprogram the key signal to make the original stop working while they can carry out the theft more quickly and efficiently.

Intentionality Cracker
Target Vehicle
Company Dodge
Model Charger
Type of company 
Data / Life Data and Life
Access Remote
Reach 1
Recognized by brand No
Source https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/defenders/2021/11/02/thieves-are-hacking-into-key-fobs-to-drive-away-with-newer-push-to-start-cars/

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