Software experts attack cars, to release code as hackers meet

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* Hackers to present car research at Def Con conference * Toyota says it's taking the research seriously * Ford says the need to be inside car mitigates risk By Jim Finkle BOSTON, July 28 (Reuters) - Car hacking is not a new field, but its secrets have long been closely guarded. That is about to change, thanks to two well-known computer software hackers who got bored finding bugs in software from Microsoft and Apple. ...

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