|Headline||Vulnerability found in the memory of smart cars|
Today’s increasingly intelligent vehicles incorporate a growing number of technological devices. These new devices offer a large number of attack vectors, as highlighted by the company CISCO, which, during an investigation, saw how its team dedicated to penetration and evaluation of the customer experience – known as CX APT and made up of experts in connected vehicle components – found a vulnerability that allowed memory to be corrupted… causing the program to enter an undefined state to subsequently allow remote execution of code – after all, the instructions to be followed by a given device.
|Type of company||OEM|
|Data / Life||Data and Life|
|Recognized by brand||No|