Sunday, February 4 2018

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The Subaru WRX STI RA has a perfect steering wheel: hefty, well-proportioned, with a pleasing Ultrasuede grip with just the right amount of squeeze. Hauling that wheel around just feels right—correct and inherently joyful. But knowing Subaru, it no doubt has a bunch of charts and graphs proving that, yes, from a mathematical standpoint, the …

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ONE, TWO, THREE, what are we incrementing FOUR? (Don’t ask, we don’t give a damn) A Dutch electronics engineer reckons Japanese auto-maker Subaru isn’t acting on a key-fob cloning vulnerability he discovered. Tom Wimmenhove claims to have discovered that Subaru’s electronic keys don’t use a random number. The “rolling code” instead merely increments codes. Wimmenhove …

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ONE, TWO, THREE, what are we incrementing FOUR? (Don’t ask, we don’t give a damn) A Dutch electronics engineer reckons Japanese auto-maker Subaru isn’t acting on a key-fob cloning vulnerability he discovered. Tom Wimmenhove claims to have discovered that Subaru’s electronic keys don’t use a random number. The “rolling code” instead merely increments codes. Wimmenhove …

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