June 6, 2023

[Information Security Daily]On April 10, there was a loophole in Tesla’s customer relationship management system TRT, and former employees’ email mailboxes can register external personnel accounts and regain relevant permissions

Recently, there have been several information security incidents reported by Tesla, which are particularly eye-catching. The first is the Tesla Retail Tool vulnerability in the company’s customer relationship management system, which has attracted the attention of researchers, because not only the company itself is affected, but also its suppliers and customers. In other news related to the automaker, former employees have accused the company of a privacy controversy over its products. It is rumored that the videos recorded by the brand’s car cameras were used by employees to share and make fun of them. The content included traffic accidents and the owner’s home environment, and the owner’s privacy was extremely ignored. Tesla, whose boss is Elon Musk, and social media on the Internet Twitter declined to comment. In addition to the accidents related to the electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla, the zero-day vulnerabilities patched by Apple in iOS 16.4.1, iPadOS 16.4.1, and macOS Ventura 13.3.1 are also worth noting. Attacks have already occurred on these vulnerabilities, and users should try their best to Quickly install updates.

Ewen Eagle

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