'Small stickers' were enough to trick a Tesla's autopilot to drive into the wrong lane
By placing three stickers over road markings, researchers caused the Tesla to move to the wrong side of the road.
Tesla Model 3's onboard browser attacked successfully at Pwn2Own
Team "Flouroacetate" — aka Amat Cama and Richard Zhu — used the Tesla hack to cap off a dominant run in the competition.
Tesla's Model 3 is a big target at the next Pwn2Own
The hacker competition added an automotive category for its upcoming event in Vancouver, with the full blessing of the car company. One winning researcher will be able to claim the car itself.
Tesla offers 'goodwill' to security researchers hacking its cars
"Tesla values the work done by security researchers in improving the security of our products and service offerings," the company's vulnerability disclosure page reads.