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‘Project Titan’ self-driving car could be summoned and paid for on an iPhone

The keyless entry and remote unlocking systems available today are useful, but have their limitations. Conventional systems use single-factor security, with others vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks, making them less secure than they could be if improvements were made. There is also the issue of the vehicle knowing only that a key fob is being used, but not who is using it. A stolen key fob would easily allow access to a vehicle for a thief, as current systems are simply incapable of recognizing who is present.

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