Tesla EVs vulnerable to theft via Wi-Fi hijacking, say researchers


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Security researchers at Mysk Inc. have discovered a significant cybersecurity flaw in Tesla's charging stations, which could potentially allow hackers to steal vehicles. The vulnerability can be exploited using an inexpensive hacking tool, such as Flipper Zero or a Raspberry Pi. With just a leaked email and password, a Tesla vehicle could be at risk of theft. This discovery underscores the increasing threat of phishing and social engineering attacks in today's tech-driven world.