Student Reviews

“I never realized how vulnerable vehicles were.  I learned more in this eight hours than I ever thought possible.  Amazing class.”

“Seeing a vehicle get hacked was the highlight of this training.  I can approach an insurance fraud suspect with confidence now.  This class was excellent"

“Unbelievable.  Truly an inspiring course.  I had no clue about any of this.  I want to take this class again, there is so much to learn."


"Vehicle Hacking- Vehicle security and how to defeat it."

“Vehicle hacking” is the latest trend in consumer security.  Can newer security technology really be defeated? How does “vehicle hacking” actually work? As advances in security technology change, criminals are creating new and more complicated methods for stealing vehicles. Through the use of computer software, criminal organizations are able to gain access, and sometimes drive vehicles away. In a world of cyber threats and vulnerabilities, vehicle hacking is a growing trend and concern for law enforcement.

GrayLane’s “Vehicle Hacking” class is a comprehensive, eight hour course encompassing all aspects of vehicle hacking. This course is designed for patrol offcers, detectives, supervisors and district attorneys. The course provides students an in-depth look at vehicle immobilizers, transponder keys, radio frequency security, hacking software, vehicle hacking techniques and more. Students completing the course will have the skills to investigate thefts of vehicles with security devices. They will understand how “relay attacks,” “rolljams,” and “replay attacks” allow criminals to access and steal vehicles. Students completing this course will have the ability to write thorough investigative reports and testify with confidence on vehicle hacking cases. This course incorporates problem based learning, facilitated discussions, real world case studies, and real world examples 


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Additional information, sample reports, and other investigative resources can be located on our resources page.