When an excellent service or product is launched, there is always a group of people trying to hack or crack to get the service for free. For example, many people have cracked video games, computer software, or operating systems.
It is practically impossible to hack or crack SiriusXM radio. Of course, no system is perfect, but security is one of the top priorities for companies when offering membership accounts.
Consider searching at flea markets or ebay, where people sell secondhand items, and with luck, you might come across an old portable Sirius radio activated device with a registered subscription. With this, it would seem like you have acquired a Sirius lifetime subscription hack.
Once you have done the free XM radio hack, and you happen to have a portable Sirius device, you can use it in your car through a mounting mechanism on your dashboard or by connecting it with an aux cable.
Software security researchers and engineers used a flaw in a SiriusXM service to hack into Honda, Nissan and Toyota vehicles using only their VINs, which provides wider access to account information.
The researchers discovered the coding flaw in a hybrid 2022 Hyundai Sonata in September and found they could remotely unlock, start, locate, flash and honk the horn in the car. They used the same methodology to crack into Honda, Nissan and Toyota models.
In September 2022, a hacker reached out to Curry to show him how he had breached Uber's backend systems and compromised the ride-hailing service's Amazon and Google-hosted cloud environments where the company stores its source code and customer data.
If you speak the language of computers and online security, we recommend you take a look through the Twitter thread from Curry just above. To greatly simplify it, all Curry needed to execute the aforementioned commands on cars using Sirius XM Connected Vehicles services was the VIN of the car. Of course, this took a lot of work to finally get to, the sort of work only experts in this field would be capable of. Curry confirmed that his hack worked on Honda, Acura, Infiniti and Nissan vehicles, but suggested it would also work with the other manufacturers using Sirius XM Connected Vehicles services, too.
Update: Toyota and Lexus, after working with Sirius XM, have determined that its vehicles were not impacted by the vulnerability due to Toyota's \"architecture and integration patterns\" with Sirius XM Connected Services. As such, Toyota and Lexus have been removed from the list of affected vehicles the hackers claimed to have had access to.
It's a merry tweenie Christmas from those unstoppable children's TV characters The Tweenies. These furry creatures are no strangers to Top Of The Pops. If you were watching the BBC chart show last November, you may have caught them performing last year's top ten single, optimistically called Number One. This year they're back for another crack at the top slot. And if the single's not enough, there's always the album A Tweenie's Christmas to go at. A must-have for the under-fours.
Geri describes this as the 'biggest track' on her album and its ballad-like feel and piano accompaniment means it's bound to be a festive cracker. Plus the track is all about love. Her inspiration 'I'm such a big romantic,' says Geri. 'I was looking at the moon in Ibiza and I was thinking that somewhere, someone is looking up at that moon, and that person is my soul mate with the same will and desires.' So now you know ... One for the love-lorn. 153554b96e