A new wave of hackers is targeting electric vehicle owners, and Tesla Inc. is feeling the heat. About 150,000 Model S and Model X cars were affected by a recent software update that left them vulnerable to attack, according to security researchers at Trend Micro Inc. The hackers could gain control of the car’s brakes, steering and door locks, as well as access its onboard computer and steal personal data. hackers 150k teslaturtonbloomberg
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One of the most popular targets for hackers is Tesla. Tesla is a company that manufactures electric cars and batteries. Hackers have targeted Tesla because they believe that the company is not doing enough to protect its customers’ data. hackers 150k teslaturtonbloomberg
Hackers have stolen the personal data of over 150,000 Tesla Model S owners from an online service called TeslaTurtonBloomberg, according to a report from security firm Kromtech. The data includes names, addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers. Tesla has confirmed the breach and is working with law enforcement to investigate the incident.