High-tech car theft: How to hack a car (CBC Marketplace)

High-tech car theft: How to hack a car (CBC Marketplace)

100 Replies to “High-tech car theft: How to hack a car (CBC Marketplace)”

  1. General motor just care about how much profit they can make and how they can keep the investor happy hahaha safety of the customers that is optional.. the safety rating of the new Mustang says it all.

  2. I have a Jeep Liberty, that can be locked by pressing the door lock button before closing the door and without using the FOB.
    However with my 2014 Chevy Equinox LTZ, this is not an option. The only way to lock it is with the FOB or remotely through the OnStar App, if the interior door lock button is pressed with the door open it will lock and then unlock before one can close the door. Doors will only remained locked after the interior lock button is pressed if the lock button is pressed when the door is closed (someone in the car).
    You should have tried to get the GM cyber security guy to talk about the other possibilities that exist once your car has been hack, for those possibilities are far more serious than the thief of ones car or contents.



  5. Almost all modern car makers are to blame. They introduced all this keyless entry stuff. Thieves now have gadgets to open and steal most luxury brands.

  6. Code grabbers used to be eveywhere, designed to like pop cans. It snatches the car or garage door opener

  7. Just image the guys stealing the car…watching this video…and commenting …yeah i did that…i mean can you imagine

  8. This problem may be new but the idea/theory definitely is not. Car manufacturers knew about this weakness in the system but refuses to address it because (1) it would mean less profit, and (2) its not as widespread as yet, meaning that there is no incentive to do so.

  9. The last tip is useless, at least to my Nissan pick up. I tried it several times today and whenever I try the passenger doors, it unlocks all 4 doors. So I'm gonna keep using my key fob

  10. Hello most of our electronic stuff put on the new cars is made overseas, so of course they would know how to work around it's short comings

  11. $30 to build and $400 to replace a key fob set. You gotta love technology. Never use your key fob to lock your car.

  12. Yet the corrupt liberal justice system allows this to happen by not allowing the cops to take action and arrest these criminals, or the cops just don’t want to be bothered. It happens daily where I live and I’m sure not going to live here much longer

  13. HACK RF ONE would be the device used to steal these modern day cars.
    I work for an insurance company and often have to take back cars, when the finance deal stops, and/or the customer stops paying for it.
    With the HackRF One, once I locate the car, I can be in and driving away within 60 seconds, and 40 of those seconds is tracing the radio frequency.
    Once you have the correct RF, you simply open the door and start the car with the electronic start, just as if it was your own car.

  14. They are recording the signal sent by the remote to the vehicle and duplicating it (just as the driver signals with a key fab to open it.) Thieves should just be shot.

  15. To defeat this device, your fob should send a signal to the car. the car then sends a random message back. The fob encryts it and sends it back. If someone captures any message, it does them no good.

  16. Bluetooth or cellphone switch after recording there car alarm remote with program play back. open car door and shut down alarm as well as hack there Computer DS the program.

  17. lo wow is this waaay behind the actual game … iv got an old (as fark) HP ipaq palmtop and some clever guy wrote code for that old bad boy that does exactly this (and has been for oh i dont know TEN YEARS) Nothing new here … want to be secure ! GO ANALOGUE steering wheel lock or wheel lock

  18. You can just wait for someone to lock their car and record the radio frequency and code then wait for the person to leave and replay the recorded code and your in. Although that only works on older car as modern Oners have a self changing code so only works once. You need some gadgetry to do this though. But much older cars that were the first to use the remotes some apparently would work with something as basic as a tape record er

  19. There called code scanners , anyone that wants to be a car thief it's like taking candy from a baby , this is the teck world boys and girls , information on this is available , a bit scary , not my bag, just remember ur are at one point going to be a victim, protect yourself, the cops only make a report will some one rips u off

  20. Its like stealing ur information off ur now required chip bank card if u use it at any retail store u just put ur information on the net for these types of theives

  21. Who leaves that kind of equipment in a car unattended? Seriously. I never even leave an empty bottle because in my town that can end up in a broken window.

  22. It’s why I have a garage and my cars are inside. The Nigerian prince running out of victims? Electronic lock picker, GM guy shits pants!

  23. the new keyless cars are easy to steel, one main key that u just keep in your pocket and push button in car and it starts, no problem!!

  24. That's messed up! You think Devon ebays CEO cares? It's about the money to that overpaid CEO. I like how macguver used to tell you how to do stuff like stealing cars.

  25. 1990 at a high end hotel in Mill Valley, I was looking out the window and saw a car with 4 men/thugs in it cruise through the parking lot and as they got to the other end I noticed all the cars in their wake had their trunks opened.This is 3am no one around. I know your already wondering why I didn't call the cops, cause this took place in about three minutes and remember I didn't even know what I was looking at, well until daylight .So I would just say they sure are telling this a bit late, I mean the horses are already out of the barn, right ? Well, better late than never.Know that your car is not locked, ever.

  26. NOT ALL PEOPLE LOOKING FOR KEY PROGRAMMERS ON EBAY/ONLINE ARE "NOT LEGIT"! Some are just looking to save 100s or 1000s at a repair shop by doing it themselves. I've purchased two model specific programmers for one of my cars and a friends. We saved a lot of $$$$ and weren't looking to steal anything! It sounds more like he wants them removed from Ebay as it might prevent someone using his service.

  27. the one who speaks for general motors saying that car owners should feel safe he says it so he does not loose sales….

    on the contrary cars owners should be worry

  28. Lousy system that reuses the same code. Even a garage door opener should be better than that although many mfg use cheap old stuff.

  29. I love how they show exactly what you need to build this… looks like an arduino 0, an RC transmitter/receiver, a breadboard, some jumper wires and a button or two. Time to go try and hack my car!

  30. Great what a evil world ,loves to show this or hoards of web info on most stolen cars, BUT TRY TO FIND INFO ON LEAST STOLEN CARS !! its like asking to meet god..that would really help people and insurance companys too..oh but thats to simple and kind for the screwed up web and world..SHAME

  31. the GM guy or any car manufacturer are such liars…. its all about money for them, if they want to fix this problem, they can….

  32. My neighbor across the street got his new truck stolen. (YAY! He was always blocking my driveway!) He had the premium anti-theft system. They never found the truck.

  33. Since a car is a driving computer why not add firewall. antivirus, antimalware and password protection to your vehicle when you purchase the car. When you purchase a used car you should be able to "factory reset" the vehicle's computer and install your protection.

  34. To help fix this problem is that cars need to use not only electronic lock but also the physical high security keys to enter on another way also is designing (not mentioned as in research this minute) lock unlock devises where needs narrow more accurate position codes not only at the door locks but also at start up. this can be done as this would then be a three way security. harder to bust with infinite codes.

  35. They are almost always young men. (the group that causes the most problems) my remedy: severe punishment and don't let the judge go along in talks like "he had a difficult childhood or something like that. and recover all costs incurred from the rat.

  36. I recently had my SUV stolen just like that lexus suv from the driveway. All discussed in the video is exactly what the investigator told me…

  37. I
    Old low – tech anti – theft protection is far superior to new hi – tech anti – theft protection.

    The new anti – theft protection users are that of Apple product customers. … Chumps

  38. And I can't start my car with a key .
    Well with a replacement key, it works for a few days. Then need to get a new key made

  39. IMO, the nuttiest part is the broad, standing in a parking garage, projecting old videos onto the side of someone's van!

  40. My signal got jammed once.thieves stole my daughters tablet.from that day i never lock my car with the keyfob.i use the lock button like those guys in the end of the vid.no signal for thieves to intercept.

  41. I am an ASE Master since 1978. I have seen the evolution of RKE and “Rolling Code” technology. Using the power door lock is the best way when exiting the vehicle, as the next “RF” code can not be captured from a short distance. But to avoid the theft of the entire vehicle, I spent $4 on a DC timer, that kills the engine in an adjustable time frame, say 30 seconds. When installed, it is activated by !!!!!!, then shuts off fuel, spark and activates the content theft with lights, horn on- off until disabled by the owners key of key FOB. I installed this on my classic late 60’s GM truck that has a BCM, RKE & PCM from an 2004 Tahoe engine and all.
    Engineering knows what a truth table is, so in proper theory, signal = Yes + Yes = Yes. My approach is passive, so I do not have to flip a switch or do anything. Using existing multiple inputs my $4 device & perhaps a relay, knowing the schematics can keep my truck where I left it last night. Yes+Yes+No=NO GO.
    ASE Master + L1 / Retired

  42. Easy peasy car companies just don't let power go to the (OBD)= ON BOARD DIAGNOSTICS until the ignition is turned on just a thought as I don't know much about this subject I came to this conclution just watching this clip it wouldn't solve entering the car but I don't think the key reprogramming would be accessible !! But for that just couldn't the key use a different code each time or even instead of the key using 1 code to open maybe it has 2 codes and uses the second one please forgive me like I said im not very techy just my theory's…

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