A security hole in Fiat Chrysler automobiles' on-board internet-enabled software allows hackers to affect everything from windscreen wipers and GPS, to steering and braking.
The system - called Uconnect - has been installed in hundreds of thousands of car models manufactured since late 2013, and is designed to allow the doors to be unlocked and the car to be started with the tap of an app.
But two security researchers have shown how easy it is to take control of the car using only a laptop and mobile phone.
The video shows the steering wheel turning without being touched, as well as the car doors locking. The car then trundles off the road and into a grassy ditch. https://in.news.yahoo.com/hacked-jee...094436142.html