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Tesla's response to hacked car sets the bar

Carmakers must be able send a fix quickly over the Internet, say researchers

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Cybersecurity researchers are publicising software flaws in the Tesla Model S that could allow remote hackers to shut down a moving car's engine.

Washington

CYBERSECURITY researchers are publicising software flaws in the Tesla Model S that could allow remote hackers to shut down a moving car's engine.

But owners of the high-tech luxury sedan had little need to worry. The electric-car maker quickly deployed a fix over the

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