Dutch Forensic Team Hacked Tesla's Driving Data to Investigate a Crashby@sidrazafar

Dutch Forensic Team Hacked Tesla's Driving Data to Investigate a Crash

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Dutch forensic team decrypted Tesla’s heavily guarded data storage to obtain unshared information about the car's autopilot system. This breakthrough will give investigators access to all the information which was not provided previously by Tesla. The data is periodically uploaded from cars to upgrade its ADAS(Advanced Driver Assistance System) and fix malfunctions. This data can also be used by investigators in the event of a car crash. Tesla cars that utilize autopilot have been involved in several accidents. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has already opened a formal safety inquiry into Tesla's Autopilot system in 765,000 cars.

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