With all the noise about hacker’s ability to commandeer cars, a though occurs:
Could old-fashioned copper window screen (very fine copper wire forming a grid of ~1mm) be laminated to a car and prevent remote access?
For a specific: Tesla’s OTA firmware updates. And any number of scare-mongering stories about hackers who are into cars over-riding the gas/brake/steering/sunroof/whatever.
The OTA updates to firmware is especially scary: if it can receive firmware updates from Tesla, how long before a hacker figures out how to spoof Tesla’s key?
Anyway, for this thread: Would copper screening form an effective Faraday cage?