Scientists Hack Into Cars' Computers -- Control Brakes, Engine - ABC News: "It sounds like a Hollywood movie: cybercriminals in a van use a laptop to hack wirelessly into the computer-controlled systems of the car on the road ahead. In seconds the target car's engine, brakes, and door locks are under their nefarious control.
Texas cops say a man hacked into GPS systems and disabled more than 100 cars. It doesn't take a great script writer to figure out what's next – except that it's not the movies anymore. It's real – well, almost."