The Hastings Hijack – Cyber Auto Abductions Completely Feasible
by Zen Gardner
As we’re seeing daily, suspicious events are being exposed immediately and then pounded home by the alternative media to be the hoaxes that they are. This Hastings murder information dovetails with the NSA “exposes” we’re seeing rolled out expose the depth of cyber control the PTBs have managed to weave into everything electronic you can possibly imagine.
As the awake already know, this goes on continually as do a myriad of other controlling machinations. These little inoculations of partial truth to the mainstream I contend serve nothing more than test runs and further conditioning on an already asleep and fully programmed populace. Still, we need to keep our eyes peeled and blowing the whistle as more and more are connecting the dots now, so the more dots the better!
Hastings’ 2013 Mercedes could have instead been hijacked via remote control, run to full throttle with all driver input disabled, and rammed into a tree.
A team of hackers from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Washington conducted a study which has proven that all cars equipped with antilock brakes sold in the U.S. can be hacked via remote control and have their brakes entirely disabled with the car in motion, throttle revved, and remain fully operational with the key removed and the car in park with all driver input entirely ignored.
Though I myself think Hastings was murdered beforehand, parked and burned because the initial fire pictures showed a car with no front impact damage and a blown up rear end, only to be interspersed with scenes of extreme automotive carnage later, I am going to introduce here an entirely new possibility that could have happened. That Hastings’ 2013 Mercedes could have instead been hijacked via remote control, run to full throttle with all driver input disabled, and rammed into a tree.
Many people know about GM’s Onstar which maintains an always on cellular internet connection to the heart of the engine control system and has been that way since the 90′s. But few people know about the Federal mandate, which in 2005 forced manufacturers to include a similar always on internet connection via the cell network in EVERY car sold in America, Onstar or not. And this team of hackers has proven that a remote connection can indeed allow commandeering of these cars (in their case they used a remote controlled laptop plugged into the OBD port rather than the cell connection) that could be used to turn the car into a murder weapon. MORE>>
Need more proof? In DARPA’s Own Words – Again, as if they’re concerned. No, just letting us know…
Here Dr. Kathleen Fisher, a DARPA program manager speaks on DARPA’s High-Assurance Cyber Military Systems (HACMS) program.