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Karamba Security Would Block Newly Reported Jeep Cherokee Attack if Performed Remotely by Malicious, Black Hat Hackers

Karamba Security’s Carwall would have blocked the Jeep Cherokee hack being presented by researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek at Black Hat today, if it were conducted remotely by actual malicious hackers. WIRED reported that this latest attack is, well, wired—as in a physical intrusion—unlike last year’s remote wireless attack. In this case, Miller and Valasek directly plugged a laptop into the vehicle’s CAN network through a port beneath the dashboard.

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