Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Computer Security Breaker Control 100 Cars from a Distance

A Texas man was fired from his job at a car dealership. He was convicted for using internet service, to turn off the ignition and lighting functions 100 car horn from a distance. Austin police team arrested the man who knows the name of Omar Ramos-Lopez this week on charges of committing crimes with a computer security break. Ramos-Lopez uses a former colleague's password to disable the starter function and set the sound of car horns from a distance. The car is a car dealer who sold the place to work. Some car owners say, this requires that they call a tow truck and left their car at the office or home.

"He caused consumers to be victims. Some of the car users even have to leave work to take care of their cars, "said Austin police spokeswoman Veneza Aguinaga. "They have to pay a tow truck services, and they do not know what's really happening with their car," he explained. Hand dealers where Ramos-Lopez's work, acknowledging that they are installing GPS devices on every car sold for at any time can not be burned.

"The system was intended to confiscate a car if the buyer delinquent car payments. Car horn can be lit even remotely as buyers refused to pay the mortgage, "said Jeremy Norton dealer oversight. With this incident, Norton promised to impose strict restrictions on extra security computer network security at the dealership so as not vulnerable burglarized. Meanwhile, Ramos-Lopez is currently undergoing legal process, and secured in jail Travis area.

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