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Last month, Wired journalist Andy Greenberg was driving a Jeep on the motorway. Everything was fine until two hackers started to monkey around with the car’s air conditioning and windscreen wipers.  The pair, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, even managed to bring the car to a complete stop, all while sat miles away on a laptop. The stunt, which was an experiment to prove that modern cars are vulnerable to hacks, lead Fiat Chrysler, the owner of Jeep, to recall 1.4 million cars and trucks in the US market. The hack has brought into sharp focus the pace at which…

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