Researchers Decode Keyless Car Entry, Can Break Into Almost Every Car

Because virtually all keyless car entry systems run on an encryption system called KeeLoq, developed in the 1980s, researchers have found a way to break into just about every car out there (provided they have a keyless system). By snooping on the transmissions between the key and the car for about an hour, they can… » 8/29/07 2:20pm 8/29/07 2:20pm