Terrifying flaw lets hackers remotely accelerate or hit the brakes on popular electric scooters

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Zimperium has warned that a security vulnerability in Xiaomi's M365 scooter could let anyone savvy enough lock the device, hit the brakes and even cause the device to suddenly accelerate. …

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