At the Defcon hacker conference today, security researcher Truman Kain debuted what he calls the Surveillance Detection Scout. The DIY computer fits into the middle console of a Tesla Model S or Model 3, plugs into its dashboard USB port, and turns the car's built in cameras—the same dash and rearview cameras providing a 360 degree view used for Tesla's Autopilot and Sentry features—into a system that spots, tracks, and stores license plates and faces over time. The tool uses open...

Read the full article at Wired