China hackers set their sights on Tesla to expose just how easy it was to manipulate the Model S. Not only were they able to trick the autopilot systems of the luxury vehicles, but they’ve been able to access them remotely. Tencent subsidiary Keen Labs released its findings in a whitepaper called “Experimental Security Research of Tesla Autopilot.” This was the second report in about three years from the highly-regarded research group, which continues to warn that Tesla’s self-driving features leave customers vulnerable. Keen Labs Has Warned of Tesla Issues for Years The widely-regarded Keen Labs started honing in on

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