I decided to upgrade my Model S to the Model B!
I should have some more awesome UI changes coming up soon! I know, my definition of soon seems to be somewhat strained...
Hi: I am very impressed with your technical skills. I am assuming you are anWhat would make you so nervous about getting hacked? Have you been given a reason or is it more a irrational fear? The car is practically impregnable from remote attacks. The security team at Tesla is top notch, I know because I've seen the security in the car myself.
engineer (electrical or computer). My new Tesla S is arriving in June and
I am nervous it could get hacked. Are there any things I should to check
my vulnerability or links I should read. Any info is much appreciated.
Lol, true. I guess if I follow normal precautions like passwords and regular updates to the software I should be ok. I will be street parking the car - so I should most likely worry more about scratches and bird poo.That is exactly what a responsible owner should do to help keep their car safe and secure. Thank you Pat for allowing me to put to rest some of the security concerns from owners and future owners. Congratulations on the Model S. I'm sure you'll come to fall in love with it as much as I have. :)
I have confidence in the Tesla engineers and programmers to be of high quality, since Apple and Mercedes Benz having been poaching them.
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