This is getting to be a Regular Thing these days, there's no security in cars.Original blog post with video here.
Note the idiot journalist's misuse of "breaking" for braking.
First, while the car was parked, the researchers used a laptop to remotely open its sunroof, activate the steering light, reposition the driver's seat, take over the dashboard and central display and unlock the car.
In a second demonstration, they turned on the windshield wipers while the car was being driven at low speed in a parking lot for demonstration purposes. They also showed that they can open the trunk and fold the side-view mirror when the driver is trying to change lanes. While these operations can be distracting to the driver in certain situations, causing a safety risk, the most dangerous thing they were able to do was to engage the car's breaking from 12 miles away.
Update: Welcome Small Deplorable Animals! Thanks for the linkage Kate!