Sounds like the recall is even more wide-spread than thought. Chrysler now recalling 1.4 million cars and trucks! WoW, 1.4 MILLION! And now Chrysler wants to blame the guys that discovered the issues and reported it to them in the first place!
The vehicles affected:
The recall affects vehicles with 8.4-inch touchscreens including 2013 to 2015 Ram pickups and chassis cabs and Dodge Viper sports cars. Also covered are 2014 and 2015 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee and Cherokee SUVs, as well as the 2015 Chrysler 200 and 300, and the Dodge Charger and Challenger.
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Do you enjoy your technology? Your smart TVs, tablets, computers, smart phones, and WiFi? How about the GPS, satellite radio, or wireless connections in your car?
Still think that you do not need to know about how some of those things work?
Pay attention maybe you should learn how some of those things work! How things connect to the internet! What you need to do to keep your devices updated or patched! How to protect your self, your children you family!
Any thing that is connected can be hacked and used against you! Learn a little bit about how they work. Don’t think so ready this article on how certain cars can be totally controlled by hackers over the internet, and the car manufactures that are in denial about it!
Zero Day – vulnerability is an undisclosed and uncorrected computer application vulnerability that could be exploited to adversely affect the computer programs, data, additional computers or a network. It is known as a “zero-day” because once a flaw becomes known, the programmer or developer has zero days to fix it.
Do you pick up USB sticks from conferences or job fairs? How about just passing around a stick amongst co-workers or other folks? Do you know where those sticks have really been? Maybe this article will make you think twice about just using any USB stick!
The Unpatchable Malware That Infects USBs Is Now on the Loose | WIRED
Everyone has internet at home, everyone has desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones! Everyone hears this word “Cloud”, but does everyone know how to secure those devices from touching the cloud? Do you know how your devices really work? I don’t mean just knowing how to connect your device to the internet or being able to send a text or an email!
Do you know how the devices that your children are using work? I know that we are all pretty bad about this and joke about “No one understanding the cloud!” but maybe it is about time we do learn about the cloud, or the devices that we use every day! The devices that we say our entire life is on! Our contacts, our pictures and videos our correspondence! We should learn about stronger passwords and what our devices are actually connecting too!
Here are some starting places for you:
Guide To Keeping Your Private Photos Private
Email and Social Networking
Teach kids about using tech on the go
Stay Safe Online
You should also try to read the documentation or manuals on all the devices that you purchase to have a better understanding of their capabilities.
Interestingly, the Microsoft search result poisoning exploit came just days after John Howie, senior director of online services security and compliance governance at Microsoft, told Britain’s Computing magazine that unlike RSA or Sony, Microsoft was extremely unlikely to be hacked by an advanced threat. “Sony was brought down because it didn’t patch its servers, it ran out of date software, and it coded badly. These are rookie mistakes,” said Howie. He likewise labeled RSA being exploited by a social engineering attack as a “rookie mistake.”
Read the full story here: http://www.informationweek.com/news/windows/security/231001352