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Dodge CEO Goes On The Record About EV Tuning And Hacking | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker

Unfortunately for Dodge, history and the nature of people and technology suggests strongly that “crystals” will be hacked or bypassed within months. “We’d rather spend our time coming up with more modifications for you instead of, literally, trying to whack-a-mole the hackers,” said Kuniskis. However, that game of whack-a-mole is exactly what Dodge is going to end up spending a lot of time and money doing. The brand is perfectly aware that around half of Dodge owners modify their cars, and is planning to lock them out and make them pay only Dodge dealers to unlock the potential of the cars they own.

The writing on the wall is that dealer servicing won’t be the same industry past a certain point of EV adoption as electric batteries and motors don’t require anywhere near the same amount of maintenance as an internal combustion engine. Simply put, Dodge appears to be thinking more about the bottom line for dealers than its customer’s enjoyment of their cars.

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