Monday, 27 October 2014

Computer Security

From the BBC

The thieves are acquiring equipment intended only for legitimate mechanics, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) said.

Manufacturers are trying to stay ahead of the thieves by updating software.


But Ian Crowder, from motorists' group the AA, warned the risk should not be overstated.

"By far the most common way of a car being stolen is still from thieves breaking into homes and stealing keys," he said.

Reminds me of this cartoon


Mark Wadsworth said...

Or buy yourself a good old fashioned car which is a) not worth stealing and b) needs a key.