Not content with stealing your personal information, hackers could soon take control of your car - using a homemade gadget that is smaller than an mobile phone.   Called the CAN Hacking Tool (CHT), the device can be fitted to any car's Controller Area Network 'within minutes' and run malicious code through the vehicle's system. Once hackers take hold of this network they can control lights, locks, steering and even brakes - and the it costs just $20 (£12). Scroll down for video
The CAN Hacking Tool (CHT) can be fitted to any car's controller area network 'within minutes' and run malicious code through the car's system. Once hackers take hold of this network they can control lights, locks, steering and even brakes - and the parts costs just $20 (£12)

The CAN Hacking Tool (CHT) can be fitted to ...