I'm creating this thread to begin a discussion surrounding the future release of a root exploit for the Tesla infotainment system. A number of owners have achieved root on their vehicles and yet this has all been very much "hush-hush" behind the scenes hacking with precious little leaked to the public. Now, obviously, these parties have a vested interest in keeping their exploits private. A publicly disclosed exploit is sure to be patched by Tesla. I understand this. However, I do not understand instances in which Tesla has long since patched the exploit and yet we still have no insight as to any of the details. It is no secret that Tesla is a fan of NDAs and we can assume that those participating in the bug bounty program are immediately restrained by an NDA regarding all details of their findings. But Apple and Google both have much larger ($$$) bounty programs (and I assume NDAs are a part of this) and yet they have not succeeded in preventing a thriving jailbreak/rooting scene for iOS and Android devices. Additonally, in the automotive world, the hacking and modification of ECUs has long been publicly discussed. Here on TMC - nada. So what makes Tesla different and why don't we have root exploits floating around on the net? When (if at all) are we likely to see one?