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Christoph Franck
01/16/12 00:54
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Sindelfingen
Germany


 
#185509 - No need to know any keys ...
Responding to: Ralph Sac's previous message
Ralph Sac said:
Doesn't the door lock device sent a rolling 256 bit code so it would be very differcult to intercept in the air wave transmission. I like some opinions on this email being true or false?


It's probably false.

However, there's a really easy way of gaining entry into other peoples cars, without the need to know any of the information stored in their key fob - just jam the transmission when they try to lock their doors. Sure, some people might notice that their car doors didn't lock, but the rest will not and just walk away. (Don't jam the transmission twice, so the attentive people will just assume that it was a harmless transmission error).

That little scheme has actually been used around here.

List of 13 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
True or False information      Ralph Sac      01/13/12 17:52      
   cheap alarms      Mahmood Elnasser      01/14/12 01:52      
      That wouldn't work.      Andy Neil      01/14/12 04:41      
         centerlock      Mahmood Elnasser      01/14/12 11:53      
            So don't do that, then!      Andy Neil      01/14/12 12:01      
               not me      Mahmood Elnasser      01/14/12 14:40      
                  Always check with the insurance company        Per Westermark      01/14/12 21:42      
   Re: True or False information        Hans Van Pelt      01/14/12 02:43      
   Not true      Andy Neil      01/14/12 04:32      
      What you say is true but...      Kai Klaas      01/14/12 06:57      
         Now that is true      Andy Neil      01/14/12 08:01      
   No need to know any keys ...      Christoph Franck      01/16/12 00:54      
      already noted      Andy Neil      01/16/12 14:54      

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