The Canadian Department of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development said it “will pursue all avenues to ban” devices like the Flipper Zero, an open-source wireless hacking tool, asserting that it can be used to steal keyless entry signals.
While it’s true that the device have caused some trouble, Ars Technica spoke with a number of experts, including the COO of Flipper Devices, who insist it just isn’t powerful or sophisticated enough for car theft.
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