Word on the street is that the world’s most famous hacker, Kevin Mitnick, is selling his hackermobile – a 2005 Lexus SC 430 with only 36,000 miles on it – for $32,810 or best offer. That’s less than $1 per mile. A conversation with the legend himself confirmed what Technorazzi has long suspected. Mitnick stated, “This car has added value for hackers. When you drive it up to a computer, it automatically hacks that computer for you. Then you quickly drive away before anyone knows. Mission accomplished.”
And if you do get caught, well hey – it obviously wasn’t your fault. It was a malfunction. You can always blame the manufacturer for not recalling it. You might even have legal recourse. Imagine what you would ask an attorney.
“Excuse me Mr. Attorney, sir. My car automatically started hacking my ex-girlfriends’ computer. Now she’s blaming me. Do I have any legal recourse?”
“You mean you had nothing to do with this? Your car started hacking on its own?”
“Absolutely. It went out of control. It just started hacking faster and faster. And it sucked out valuable information – her passwords, her new boyfriends’ name and address, her credit card numbers, her Facebook login ID – everything. It traumatized me.”
“Yes, you can hold Lexus responsible for this.”
Seriously though, the Hackermobile is an exquisite example of transportation luxury. Maybe it’s even collectible. More details here: