TECH: Fiat Chrysler Offers Bounties to Hackers Who Help

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BestRide | Jul 13, 2016

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Our vehicles are increasingly becoming computers on wheels, which means they are wide open to hackers.

It’s scary enough to think of someone hacking your phone or computer, but it’s terrifying to think someone might hack your car and cause you and your loved ones physical harm. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) wants hackers to do their darndest to find flaws in their vehicles and will pay them to share the results.


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