$25,000 'Game Boy' gadgets used to steal cars by imitating key fob signals - techbrinks

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Tuesday, 14 July 2020

$25,000 'Game Boy' gadgets used to steal cars by imitating key fob signals


Keyless entry and ignition systems may be convenient, but they offer criminals a high-tech way of stealing cars. One popular method is the relay box technique, which involves holding one box to the wall of a house so it can pick up the signal from an owner’s key fob. This...

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