Car safety is really exciting and is an interesting topic of study for many safety researchers. With the arrival of Self Driving cars like Tesla, car safety will only become more important. When you drive a car today, you are driving an extremely powerful computer that happens to have wheels and a steering wheel. PART II PART III At the core of all this is the Controller Area Network or simply CAN (also referred to as the CAN Bus), a central nervous system of a car responsible for communication. Today's article is about hacking a car with CAN reverse engineering packages. The ICSim package by Craig Smith will be used for the practical use of the CAN-Bus. ICSim includes a dashboard with speedometer, door lock indicators, turn signals and control panel. The control panel allows the user to interact with the simulated car network, applying acceleration, brakes, controlling door locks....
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