Does virus affect car music system when we download songs to music player from usb?

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Akshay:
Car Music Player
Am0S:
Funny how people have no clue. Most radios are not smart, and are not susceptible to common viruses.

HOWEVER, modern radios, with navigation, and access to the internet, or can upload music to be stores CAN either be able to get a virus, or may be passive, and store, but pass it along to other storage devices that can be written to – smartphones, tablets, mp3 players, USB flash drives.

Therefore, yes, it is possible for your car to be infected and impacted by a virus.

Campbell:
No, because the virus will be built usually for Windows, not your car system
don r:
This is being studied. Recent models are susceptible to hacking. Malicious code has been demonstrated to affect computer controlled systems in cars, suck as brakes, transmission, steering, climate control. Doing this by remote is very difficult, but facilitated by directly introduced malicious code. The stereo is a conduit to the rest of the car's "brain". Outside influence, such as "OnStar" can accept code into the vehicle by a very clever hacker.
Sam:
No, because the virus will be built usually for Windows, not your car system
Bernard:
No, because the virus will be built usually for Windows, not your car system
Eat Drink Smoke Sleep Repeat:
Absolutely not.

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