You may hate parallel parking, but you're going to hate it even worse when somebody commandeers control of your car
with you in it.
That was the scary scenario painted over the first two hours at the 21st annual Defcon hacker conference.
"Car hacking is definitely coming," said Zoz, of Cannytophic Design, who presented on how to hack autonomous cars.
Zoz's focus on the vulnerabilities that autonomous autos will face followed a fast-paced explanation by well-known computer security experts Charlie Miller and Christopher Valasek of how they spent the past 10 months hacking the self-driving features of two popular cars. Both Miller and Valasek, and Zoz, spoke to standing-room only crowds of more than 1,000 people