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I remember someone around 2001 describing vulnerabilities in keyless entry to me. It sounded technically feasible, but I was surprised that I never read about it or heard about it happening to anyone. I guess I wasn't reading Jalopnik, but you'd think that this would have gotten more attention earlier.

Who knows, maybe I'm just not paying attention.

KeeLoq was widely used back then. Careless users make it theoretically vulnerable to replay attacks, but it's rarely exploited.


Thanks! I could never remember the reference.

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