PROTECT YOUR KEYLESS CAR FROM RELAY AMPLIFICATION ATTACKS
Often, the main method of hijacking cars with keyless access is to “extend” the smart key by relaying the signal. In this case, the theft does not take more than a minute, and you will not even notice it. This risk is particularly vulnerable to premium cars.
In addition, KEYLESS BLOCK can control the Keyless system with a standard security system: when your car blocked with a keychain (or touch the sensor), the Keyless function is disabled, when you click on the “Open” button, the keyfob is activated.
How does a Relay Amplification Attack work?
When the door handle is touched the vehicle transmits an encrypted RF signal to the Smart Key. If the SmartKey is in range it will respond with an unlock signal.
A relay attack amplifies the range to trick the vehicle into thinking the Smart Key is in range. This involves two people. One standing by the car and the other by the Smart Key. Both have devices that can transmit and receive the signal required to unlock and start the vehicle.
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