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Source: theregister.co.uk Date: Nov 7, 2017

Many car manufacturers keyless entry fobs have the same cryptographic keys. This allows hackers to create clones very quickly and start trying out different combinations. This is on the top of other known vulnerabilities in the remote key protocols.
One of the reasons that unique cryptographic keys should be used for each remote.

Many car manufacturers keyless entry fobs have the same cryptographic keys. This allows hackers to create clones very quickly and start trying out different combinations.  This is on the top of other known vulnerabilities in the remote key protocols. <br>One of the reasons that unique cryptographic keys should be used for each remote.
Millions of Car Owners Should Stop Using Remote Keys

Source: FORTUNE Date: August 11, 2016

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