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The vehicle hacking incidents that have been reported to date often are the result of long-term research. (Photo: iStock)

In 2015, a devious pair of hackers, from the comfort of their living room, took control of a driver’s sport utility vehicle as he was cruising 70 mph along a St. Louis highway. Without warning, the driver was hit by a blast of frigid air emitting from the dashboard vent. Hip-hop music began blaring from the vehicle’s sound system. 

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