Current voice assistant platforms allow users to interact with their cars through voice commands. However, this convenience comes with substantial cyber-risk to voice-controlled vehicles. In this demo, we show a “malicious” skill with unwanted control actions on the Alexa system could hijack voice commands that are supposed to be sent to a benign third-party connected vehicle skill.

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