A new car security technology is causing some alarm.
The speaker car system is supposed to help people who want to talk on the phone or use a car while they’re driving to talk to their passengers while the car is parked.
But the technology has also been used to steal passwords, open locks, or access sensitive data like credit cards and credit cards, according to researchers.
What does this mean for your car?
We spoke to experts to learn how speakers can be hacked, and to find out if they are safe to use.
Read moreThe car security tech in question is called the “speaker card,” which is essentially a card with a magnetic strip on it.
It has been widely used in cars since the 1990s, but it’s not currently a standard feature on all cars.
Instead, it’s available as a “feature” or “feature bundle” for a range of cars, including some that aren’t included with a car, according the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The technology has a few different functions, including opening locks, unlocking a car door, or entering the car.
This means that, when someone tries to use the card, the car could recognize it as an intruder and potentially give up access.
The car will then prompt the driver to enter a code, which they can enter.
The code will then be used to unlock the car, or send the car into reverse.
The technology has been used for years in the US, with the most widespread deployments occurring in the 1970s and 1980s, according a 2009 study by the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor Center for Transportation Research.
But it wasn’t until this year that it was brought to the public, and it was marketed as the “Speaker Card 2.0,” according to the National Vehicle Security Information Center (NVIC), a trade association.
The NVIC published a report on speaker card security in December that found that it can be used by “vulnerable drivers,” and that it “can be used as a means of vehicle immobilization by anyone with access to the vehicle.”
The technology was used by two people to gain access to a vehicle, and the two people were able to use it to unlock a vehicle with their car keys.
They also used the speaker card to unlock other cars in the parking lot, as well as the car that was parked next to the other vehicle.
According to the NVIC, speakers are not used for the vast majority of car security systems.
In fact, it said the “vulnerabilities found in speakers are likely to be used in a minority of systems.”
However, it did say that the speaker system has been found in vehicles with multiple cameras, including the car cameras in some of the cars in this article.
NVIC also said that “vehicle owners who have been given the option to turn on speaker systems can expect a few unexpected problems.”
The researchers did note that, despite its flaws, the speaker cards are not inherently unsafe.
However, the researchers did warn that “speakers may be vulnerable to malicious use, as a consequence of their limited user base and the lack of user awareness of these vulnerabilities.”
The researchers also noted that, if the speaker systems are used improperly, they can cause a variety of other problems, including “the installation of malware, theft, or tampering of data.”