Researchers find potentially lethal car hack with no quick fix | CIO |

Security researchers have discovered a vendor-neutral and stealthy smart car hack that can drastically affect the performance and function of the vehicle. 

The hack is believed to affect all smart cars and could enable an attacker to turn off safety features, such as airbags, ABS brakes and power-steering or any of a vehicle’s computerised components connected to its controller area network (Can) bus.