Researcher Hacks Starlink Terminal With $25 Homemade Board

Lennert Wouters, a researcher at the Catholic University of Leuven, who previously discovered a bug that allowed to hijack Tesla in a couple of minutes, said that he hacked the Starlink terminal using a $25 mod chip. At the Black Hat 2022 conference, Wouters announced that he intends to make this tool available for copying.… Continue reading Researcher Hacks Starlink Terminal With $25 Homemade Board

Beware: New SpaceX Bitcoin Giveaway Scam

Crooks Make Elon Musk a Bait for Wannabe Cryptotraders Scammers again use SpaceX as a bait in fraudulent schemes. The statements of Elon Musk, CEO of the company, have been watched for a long time, and as soon as he says something about cryptocurrency, this immediately gives rise to a lot of food for fraudulent… Continue reading Beware: New SpaceX Bitcoin Giveaway Scam

Teen gets remote access to 25 Tesla cars

19-year-old David Colombo said on Twitter that he gets remote access to 25 Tesla cars in 13 countries around the world. According to him, the problem was not with the automaker’s infrastructure, but with unnamed third-party software that some car owners use. Colombo says that he can remotely run commands on cars available to him… Continue reading Teen gets remote access to 25 Tesla cars

Russian who tried to hack Tesla was pleaded guilty

The Russian, who offered a Tesla specialist $1,000,000 for installing malware into the company’s network in Reno, Nevada, was pleaded guilty. In August 2020, we talked about the arrest of a Russian citizen Yegor Igorevich Kryuchkov, who came to the United States on a tourist visa. He was accused of collaborating with a group of… Continue reading Russian who tried to hack Tesla was pleaded guilty

Fake cryptocurrency giveaways on behalf of Elon Musk brought scammers $580,000

The media have repeatedly written that scammers sometimes impersonate famous people. For example, last year, cybercriminals arranged fake giveaways of cryptocurrency on behalf of Elon Musk or SpaceX that had hard consequences for naive users. In particular, criminals are very fond of conducting fake distributions of cryptocurrencies on social networks on behalf of Mask, promising… Continue reading Fake cryptocurrency giveaways on behalf of Elon Musk brought scammers $580,000

Elon Musk confirmed that the Russian offered a Tesla employee a million dollars for hacking the company

Earlier this week, the US Department of Justice announced the arrest of 27-year-old Russian named Kryuchkov Yegor Igorevich, who came to the United States on a tourist visa. According to court documents, he was accused of attempting to bribe an employee of a company based in Nevada: Kryuchkov offered a million dollars to install malware… Continue reading Elon Musk confirmed that the Russian offered a Tesla employee a million dollars for hacking the company