thanks raj, but that does not convince me
every car has lights which switch on /off depending upon if door is closed or open. To do this work there is a small switch which operates when door is closed or opened.
So I believe for the VBB to know if door is closed or opened there should be a similar switch or the same light switch is used in parallel for this purpose.
so the hacker would first search for any extra switches on the door sill ( to know if any device is attached), second put a tape on the switch so that the switch does not go off (they operate in reverse direction), after that its very easy.
I sure the device would be built taking care of all these thinks, these are my thoughts to understand the device better .
no issues buddy, i am not marketing MicroVBB here! LOL! i have already stated that no system is theft proof.
regarding the switches, i better keep quiet. else, it of no use installing the security feature in my car! but again, to disable that switch, he has to know that there is MicroVBB installed in my car.
but let me add one thing- ok, the thief finds out a way to disable the door message. what next? how will he start the car? i have mentioned that if i lock/arm the car with my remote, the engine is immobilized. even if the thief gets in my car, he wont be able to start my car.
if he tries to, i will again get a SMS. how will he disable that?