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Any Truth to this hack?

The attack they demonstrated was to trick the user into installing a malicious app onto their phone. The wifi connection was just the means of doing that. If you install random apps from unknown sources, you could easily be installing a key logger or similar, which could compromise your car, bank account, stock market account and a whole bunch more.
 

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