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fieess their head of the atioal trasportatio safety admiistratio expressig cocer about the threat of car hackig mark rose kid issuig this warig to reporters o friday accordig to reuters correspodet david morga the recall of oe poit four millio vehicles by fiat chrysler last week could have implicatios for vehicles from other maufacturers as well the reaso for it is radios but appear to play a role i the actig vulerability have bee , producers have bee maufactured by supplier that has also supplied other automakers regulators still do't kow how may vehicles are at risk last week fiat chrysler issued a software takes after researchers hacked ito a car takig over the egie steerig cotrol ad breaks while the car was still o the road ad this week researchers foud aother hackig risk this time with the mobile apps geeral motors ostar vehicle commuicatios system i thik what's happeig is that he is puttig the auto idustry o otice , that u. s. auto regulators see this at the very serious issue ad that they expect the idustry to be proactive security flaws brigig to light the vulerability of coected automobiles techology takes i eve larger role uder the hood