What a shitty system that gives employees direct access/logins to disable 100s of customer cars.. What if they were driving on the freeway? I smell a lawsuit. This should be done on a VPN and only give access to management to disable a vehicle. I work for Mercedes and you need an actual police report before they will even attempt to give the location of a stolen vehicle. Yikes.
Yeah, and are the customers aware that they are buying cars with a backdoor lo-jack installed? I would be pretty damn pissed if I found out my vehicle had crap like this installed without my knowledge and consent.
So after I am done paying for the car does that mean they still have access to my car. Or do they remove the drm? I mean the black box. Sorry thought I was talking about assasins creed there. /end sarcasm
[citation][nom]nightwraith35711[/nom]He obviously was not behind 7 proxies...fail[/citation]
Yep, he obviously wasn't!
But you don't even need to go that far and take a small chance they'll still track you back. I would just go to any public hot spot, of which they are plenty now, and use my laptop over there. Also, wear something that would not make you easily identifiable in case there are security cameras.
And yeah, using your own personal internet account for that (or one that can be easily linked to you) was a really dumb idea.