Fiat Chrysler Automobiles launches bug bounty program


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Jun 9, 2013
The convergence of connectivity technology and the automotive industry is creating a more enjoyable driving experience. Features such as self-diagnostics, keyless entry and ignition is becoming commonplace. However, they can also introduce IT security issues.

Last month we learned that the Mitsubishi Outlander can be easily broken into by attackers exploiting security weaknesses in the setup that allows the car to be remotely controlled via an app. Last week a researcher unveiled two vulnerabilities in the BMW ConnectedDrive web portal/web application.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles bug bounty
Today, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles launched a public bug bounty program on the Bugcrowd platform to enhance the safety and security of its vehicles and connected services.

“Bugcrowd was chosen based on the scale of their existing programs, the pool of researchers already engaged in their programs and their model for triage and recognition of identified vulnerabilities,” Titus Melnyk, senior manager of security architecture, FCA US LLC, told Help Net Security.

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Level 85
Mar 15, 2011
Definitely any introduction to the technology that deals in electronics and automated computer response should provide more security.

Everything wants simpler things however consequences are bind to be worse.
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