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FBI, NHTSA Roll Out PSA on Vehicle Cyber Threat Risks

The public service announcement says threat actors can remotely attack a car’s electronic control unit through the use of vulnerabilities in third-party devices connected to the vehicle’s diagnostic ports.

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ExecutiveGov reported that the FBI and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have released a public service announcement that seeks to raise awareness on cybersecurity threats linked to Internet-connected devices in motor vehicles.

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The recently released PSA says threat actors can remotely attack a car’s electronic control unit through the use of vulnerabilities in third-party devices connected to the vehicle’s diagnostic ports.

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