Kia made a tiny Faraday cage to protect your wireless key from thieves

Kia's new anti-wireless case is a stopgap until more secure key fobs are

Kia made a tiny Faraday cage to protect your wireless key from thieves

Curated via Twitter from Engadget’s twitter account….

Many existing keyless entry systems aren’t secure, but few people are likely to replace their cars just to reduce the chances of a determined thief making off with their ride.

It’s taking a cue from third parties and releasing KiaSafe, a case that serves as a minuscule Faraday cage to block the key’s wireless signals.

It’s promising that future wireless key fobs are "as close to impervious to attack as possible" through technologies like ultra-wideband signals and sleep buttons.

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