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KITTY CAT CAR JUMP!_خدعه ام مهاره
07/24/15, 17:14

That's some great CGI guys.

might not want to use the most common generic "car blowing it's horn driving by" sound samples available next time.
Elizabeth Warren humiliates a shady financial executive
07/24/15, 14:23

Well, only most of them need to.

I'm sure there's an intern or three that can still be brought back from the dark side.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Food Waste
07/24/15, 12:14

The fact that any not perfect/slightly wilted lettuce in this country isn't mandatorily turned into kimchee is a crime in of itself.
Great Nations EatóChina for America
07/24/15, 02:48

Calling that stuff in a can "food" is dubious at best.
Elizabeth Warren humiliates a shady financial executive
07/24/15, 02:38

When I was young (long before the crash), I got duped into going to a financial advisor recruitment thing, thinking it was a real job interview.

It was like a cult presentation...they even had the worlds most badly hidden shill in the audience as they went on and on about how financial advisors just want to help people.
Elephants sprint through Chicago in terrific race
07/24/15, 00:12

only from the losers
Elephants sprint through Chicago in terrific race
07/24/15, 00:12

only for the losers
Hackers torture a jounalist from WIRED
07/23/15, 01:52

It's called an explanation, not excusing anything, you twit.

I explained how seemingly obvious problems can be overlooked or intentionally ignored in a large corporate environment.
Hackers torture a jounalist from WIRED
07/23/15, 01:02

some companies use the connection to do free over-the-air updates for car software, track statistics, update GPS maps, concierge-type services, accident monitoring, and just a general cellular data connection that the occupants can use through the system.

phones aren't integrated with car displays, so for a lot of people its more convenient to have a car system that does maps on a large display rather than looking at a tiny phone screen held in some annoying phone holder. Plus, there are old people out there, people that don't like smart phones, etc, etc.
Hackers torture a jounalist from WIRED
07/22/15, 23:28

There's a mechanical fail safe, someone just has to stand on your throat.
The burrito scene from Battleship
07/22/15, 23:00

It's definitely on the fun-awful end of the terrible scale.
Hackers torture a jounalist from WIRED
07/22/15, 22:48

meme, stop evilhomer-ing.
Hackers torture a jounalist from WIRED
07/22/15, 22:46

The infotainment and wireless is just a subcomponent of the whole system, not in any way a central component or something that has "overall" control over anything (maybe the radio, at most).

It can send requests to the main ECU to do things like change climate control settings, engine tune, or the like, but the ECU is what actually controls that.

Widespread Wireless integration for automobiles is a new thing, so it doesn't surprise me that in some companies it got tacked on without much thought for security (before anyone hurp-derps about it, I'm talking about always-on wireless that's hard wired into the cars systems)
Hackers torture a jounalist from WIRED
07/22/15, 22:00

What I'm telling you is that the people that designed the CAN bus and the people that designed the infotainment/wireless interface might not even know the other exists or where their department actually is located (if it's even in the same country).

It might be mutual ignorance. There wireless guy thinks "no way would the CAN bus department make it so vulnerable" while the CAN bus guy thinks "no way the wireless guy is so stupid as to make the vehicle systems easily remotely accessible".

I'm not even sure that the programmers for infotainment systems have any automotive engineering background, and given how crappy most of said systems are, I wouldn't be surprised that it's just farmed out to the cheapest contractor possible.
Hackers torture a jounalist from WIRED
07/22/15, 21:37

Engineers might not...management would.

There's also the problem of compartmentalization...where one engineering department doesn't know how anything from the engineering department next door works.

You also have the cost vs consequence formula, where securing the wireless networks would cost more than paying out some identity theft program things for a couple thousand people (before anyone realized the wireless network made the CAN bus vulnerable)
Hackers torture a jounalist from WIRED
07/22/15, 21:32

No. You're wrong.

Your dads car was a tin can with a motor so that mileage was just from being low weight...if he crashed that thing at any significant speed, you wouldn't be here. (or you or your dad are just wrong. tell me the make/model/year and ill tell you if you're full of it)

Todays engines last 200,000 miles if taken care of...engines from before the 80s would be lucky to break 100,000.

The emissions from your dads car were horrible, just awful (or worse, depending on just how far back we're going), todays cars produce maybe 1/100th the air pollution (NOX, CO, Hydrocarbons) or even less of old and vintage cars.

Your whole mindset is wrong and based on ignorance and anecdotes.
Red Letter Media Nerd Talk: Sequels, Spin-offs, and Standalones
07/22/15, 21:22

As much as I like the series in general, Gundam also fits the mold.

Lots of good series, but it has its fair share of shitty, money grubbing spinoffs.
How to make liquid nitrogen in the comfort of your own home
07/22/15, 21:16

I need to buy a house...cant do any fun shit while renting.
Hackers torture a jounalist from WIRED
07/22/15, 21:12

It's an interesting confluence of forces...2008+ cars have advanced CAN bus OBD II systems to make diagnosis, repair and testing easier and cheaper...but if you add in a poorly protected wireless network to that, you can basically do almost anything to the car, "HE'S HACKING MY CAR!!!" style.

These guys were limited in what they could do because they didn't try or know how to reprogram the ECU(s) to do more advanced things.

(They probably didn't disable his brakes, because afaik, they're still a physical connection with mechanical fail safes, but with the hydraulic assistance disabled, he needed to stand on that pedal to operate the brakes)
Teens Rob, Kill for a Few Bucks
07/22/15, 20:59

I doubt this is anything as complex as some kind of coping mechanism.

She's trying desperately/stupidly to avoid any jail time or a civil lawsuit.

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