Your Car Could Be the Next Victim of a Malware Attack

New reports from McAfee show hackers making their next targets the computers that run inside of newer cars.  Hackers are trying to take over vehicles, stealing personal information, tracking people’s whereabouts, and even manipulating your cars sensory units including air bags, cruise control, door locks, and even power seats in some vehicles.  At this year’s Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas, for instance, security consultants with iSEC Partners demonstrated their ability to remotely lock and unlock a car, as well as start it, by communicating with the car’s computer system using only text messages.

I wonder who the first company to manufacture cars with built in anti-virus’ is going to be?