Tesla According to several sources, due to an outage affecting the entire network of the company, the owners were locked in their vehicles and accompanying for about an hour on Wednesday morning.
The Tesla outage was due to internal breaks of their application programming interfaces (or APIs), according to sources familiar with the outage.
There is a chance that Glitch may have something to do with the rollout of new two-factor authentication security features, which Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk called in an August tweet “embarrassingly late”.
Two-factor authentication, also known as two-step verification, is what you know, what you have, like a password, you have something, like your phone. This allows the application to verify that the real account holder – or the owner of the car – is logging in and not a hacker.
Some websites do this by sending you a code by text message. But hackers can intercept these. A more secure way of doing this is by sending a code through a phone app, often called an authenticator, which security experts prefer.
While Tesla’s cars have a PIN code entry since 2018, and include GPS features that let owners track the vehicle, the lack of two-factor authentication has been an issue.
Tesla is an important tool for app owners, giving them control over many functions on their vehicles. Tesla owners are calling for a two-factor feature as an additional layer of protection.
Such glitches are not a great look for the automaker, which needs to explain to a large consumer population that its electric vehicles are about to choose as more options to challenge Tesla’s dominance in the electric vehicle market.
The Sleeve of Cars will be hit on the road to challenge Tesla in 2021 and 2022, and challenge Tesla at each of its price points and this would not be a great way to stop exiting owners for an extended period of time. That buyers be paid for Tesla. Cars.
Still, the company is moving forward with plans that could affect consumer sentiment – particularly the way the company announced yesterday, working towards reducing the cost of its cars through battery innovations. Had.
Elon Musk and Drew Buglino, CEO of Tesla, the company’s much-publicized battery press conference, SVP of powertrain and energy engineering at the company, eventually planned and progressed 10 to 20 terawatt hours of battery production. The ultimate goal is to reduce batteries capable of making and selling electric vehicles for $ 25,000.
Tesla did not respond to a request for comment until the time of publication.