Gone in 20 minutes: using laptops to steal cars

Monday, 8 May 2006, 5:05 AM EST

High-tech thieves are becoming increasingly savvy when it comes to stealing automobiles equipped with keyless entry and ignition systems. While many computer-based security systems on automobiles require some type of key — mechanical or otherwise — to start the engine, so-called ‘keyless’ setups require only the presence of a key fob to start the engine.

At Leftlane News.

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