Security consultants Don Bailey, left, and Mathew Solnik, right, with iSEC Partners, demonstrate with a computer how they force cars with certain alarm systems to unlock their doors and start their engines by sending them text messages in San Francisco.
Security consultants Don Bailey, left, and Mathew Solnik, right, with iSEC Partners, demonstrate with a computer how they force cars with certain alarm systems to unlock their doors and start their engines by sending them text messages in San Francisco.
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published Friday, August 19th, 2011
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SAN FRANCISCO — Texting and driving don’t go well together — though not in the way you might think.

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