Fiat Chrysler will recall 1.4 million vehicles in the United States to install software to prevent hackers from gaining remote control of the engine, steering and other systems in what federal officials said was the first such action of its kind. The announcement on Friday by FCA US LLC, formerly Chrysler Group LLC, was made days after reports that cybersecurity researchers used a wireless connection to turn off a Jeep Cherokee’s engine as it drove, increasing concerns about the safety of Internet-enabled vehicles. This is happening when you want to hit a milestone instead of doing the things right from the beginning. The costs of the recall must be very high, but they deserve it. Let this be a lesson for all those who release software just to meet targets instead of meeting customers expectations. Read here more details: Explanation from the researchers: Jeep Hacker: ‘We wanted to show it was possible’ Reports: After Jeep Hack, Chrysler Recalls 1.4M Vehicles for Bug Fix Fiat Chrysler to recall 1.4 million vehicles over hacking Fiat Chrysler recalls 1.4 million cars after Jeep hack Once your car’s connected to the Internet, who guards your privacy?