I could also query the exact location, see if a driver is present and so on. The list is pretty long.
And yes, I also could remotely rick roll the affected owners by playing Rick Astley on Youtube in their Tesla‘s😂
— David Colombo (@david_colombo_) January 11, 2022
A 19-year-old security researcher claims to have hacked remotely into more than 25 Tesla Inc. cars in 13 countries, saying in a series of tweets that a software flaw allowed him to access the EV pioneer’s systems.
David Colombo, a self-described information technology specialist, tweeted Tuesday that the software flaw allows him to unlock doors and windows, start the cars without keys and disable their security systems.