Thursday, October 19 2017

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Subaru teamed up with Prodrive to create a 600-plus-hp, active-aero monster. It worked. Remember the 550-HP active-aero Subaru WRX STI built by Prodrive to set a record at the Isle of Mann TT? Subaru had it modified, and just took it to the Nurburgring, where it ran a 6:57.5 lap around the Nordschleife. That makes it the …

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When somebody forces a freaking Nissan Skyline GT-R engine into a Subaru WRX, people are going to want to call the result animal names. Heck, the owner of the thing dubbed it Panda WRX (we’re pretty sure the Fiat pun is not intended) and we have to admit we dig this puppy. As you can …

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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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