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    Default Car remotes and frequency

    I was talking to my uncle and he said something about people copying the frequency of your cars remote when you lock your car when you are out or wherever, with some sort of device, he said he saw it on ncis but sounds like it could be possible or maybe not, what do you guys think?

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    its all BS. there was a rumor ages ago, but its a lie. i did figure out a way that works on one series of car, but there is no chance i will be giving out that info.

    also all JAZ/ANZ standards alarms are 'code hopping' so each time you press the button it unlocks your car and changes the code to another hexidec number, which is 128 bit i believe, so a 16 digit number. good luck beating that system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy711 View Post
    I wonder if it's the same system as used in Gone In 60 Seconds.
    lol thats what i was thinking when i read this post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy711 View Post
    I wonder if it's the same system as used in Gone In 60 Seconds.
    nah that only works with garage doors

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    Modern immobilisers have rolling codes that change every few minutes and/or lock/unlock/start event. "capturing" the radio frequency won't help you. You would have a better chance of winning the lotto on multiple occasions rather than guessing the code.

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