Security flaws in popular car alarms affected 3 million cars worldwide

Security flaws in popular car alarms affected 3 million cars worldwide

Security flaws in popular car alarms affected million cars worldwide

Security researchers have uncovered critical security holes in popular car alarms that could have been exploited by cyber criminals to unlock car doors, activate car alarms, and turn on car engines, all of which could allow criminals to steal cars with great ease.

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