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  1. #1
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    Why your "remote locking" immobilizer is useless

    Ford uses PATS (Passive Anti-Theft system) an RFID based system, similar to Maruti's iCats.

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    Re: Why your "remote locking" immobilizer is useless

    Many modern cars come with an electronic key, i.e. chip embedded in key. So when you insert key, vehicle won't start, unless you have an electronic key.
    When our Safari remotes(minda) started going bad, I started looking solutions. I can call minda and they will program the key for 900 INR all inclusive.

    But there is another soution
    1. Find the freq of my remote 313MHz or 415MHz(commonly used frequencies)
    2. Buy a learning remote
    3. Use!

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    Re: Why your "remote locking" immobilizer is useless

    The remote locking signals are encrypted. True, the encryption might not be great but they are not bad either. Just scanning the frequency (like TV remote) won't help. The signals have to be decrypted. No idea how the learning remote works - they might try most commonly used techniques or might be specific to a car model. So not sure if these remotes work on all cars.

    Buy Car Remote Online

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    Re: Why your "remote locking" immobilizer is useless

    You should patent a two step authentication process for cars of today. On the key being used it request a input from cars around. The car sends a random string which is used by key to send back encrypted string. Other cars get input that is invalid after decryption. This way a third party listener would not be able to access original information stored on the car key.

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    Re: Why your "remote locking" immobilizer is useless

    Remote locking is not a bad Idea. It helps in avoiding the possibility of the theft of the vehicle.

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    Re: Why your "remote locking" immobilizer is useless

    Remote Locking Immobilizer is best news to storing the auto key.

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    Re: Why your "remote locking" immobilizer is useless

    Nice lines to remote lock for the immobilizer is very helpful for the tourists.

 

 

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