10 Basics About Ghost Immobiliser 2 You Didn't Learn At School

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Ghost Immobiliser 2

Guards your vehicle against key cloning & stopping thieves driving it with the keys you originally had. Our most recent immobiliser connects to the CAN data network in your vehicle and a unique pin must be entered in order to start the engine.

Ghost, unlike trackers, does not emit radio frequency signals, and therefore cannot be detected by diagnostic tools. Ghost doesn’t have LED indicators or buttons that could indicate its presence in your van or car.

Anti-key Cloning

The Ghost immobiliser was created to combat key cloning. The device connects to the CAN data network of your vehicle and creates an unique pin code push sequence by using the factory buttons on your dashboard as well as the steering wheel. This stops the thief from being able start your vehicle. If the incorrect PIN code is entered, your engine will not be started which makes it impossible for them to drive away with your joy and pride.

Ghost immobilisers use new technology that is extremely difficult for thieves to beat. In contrast to physical deterrents such as wheel locks and steering locks that can be cut off or stolen the ghost immobiliser is an invisible electronic device that isn’t easily detected by regular thieves because it doesn’t emit radio signals and works silently.

This next generation immobiliser is equipped to shield your car from a variety of threats like cloned keys, key-hacking and relay attacks. It also stops a thief adding a key or replacing your ECU as it won’t allow them to start your vehicle without entering the correct PIN code.

The ghost immobiliser 2, unlike other immobilisers does not require a remote control or key fob to operate. It can be turned off by the driver’s smartphone using a simple app. This is ideal when you need to give your car to valet parking or maintenance without keys.

The Autowatch Ghost-II is the latest evolution of our ground-breaking ghost immobiliser. It is designed to make it as simple and user-friendly as possible while remaining as secure as is possible. This is achieved by connecting the Ghost-II into the vehicle’s data network CAN, meaning that there are no wires that can be hidden or easily located. It also comes with an inbuilt feature that lets users to deactivate their Ghost-II by connecting it to the vehicle’s Bluetooth which means you can get in and drive, hassle free.

OBD port hacking

OBD port hacking is the newest method employed by professional car thieves to steal cars. Thieves have access to your vehicle’s OBD port with no more than a laptop, an app, and a few cables, which can be purchased on the internet for under PS50. Once they have access, [Redirect-Meta-1] they are able to do anything they want including resetting your vehicle’s fault codes to tuning your car, or even getting it stolen in under a minute.

If you have an Ghost immobiliser installed, it will stop your car being stolen with this method by requiring that a unique PIN sequence is entered alongside the fob of your key in order to start the engine and drive away. It does this by interacting with the vehicles ECU (Engine Control Unit) via the CAN Data circuit and is indetectable to any scan or code grabbing technology. It also comes with a Service/Valet option that allows your vehicle to start without the need for a PIN code.

To use an OBD hacking device you must have a laptop that has software capable of interpreting the OBD protocol. This can be purchased for under PS100 on eBay or Amazon. Also, you will require a cable with OBD pins that are connected to the CAN Bus. These cables can be bought on eBay or Amazon for PS50. The next step is to connect the cable into the wiring harness of your vehicle for example, in the radio wiring harness.

Once the hacker gains access to the OBD port on your vehicle, they will send diagnostics to the system using high baud rate which can cause a crash to the car’s CAN and prevent the system from functioning. This can cause your car’s engine to stall or lock up.

No need for additional remotes or key fobs

A car immobiliser is a fantastic piece of anti-theft technology used by billions of modern cars around the world. Using engine ECU software to prevent cars from beginning if a false transponder signal is detected by it, an aftermarket immobiliser is an excellent method of protecting your vehicle.

It is possible for a thief to know the code that disables an immobiliser, to bypass it. The batteries in the majority of key fobs is easily removed by prying it open, so a thief can make use of a simple tool to remove the immobiliser’s internal circuit board and replace it with an empty. They’ll then be able to start your vehicle.

The TASSA approved Ghost 2 is an immobiliser that doesn’t require additional keys or [Redirect-301] remotes. The immobiliser communicates with the engine ECU (Engine Control Unit) via a subtle quiet CAN data circuit that is not detectable by diagnostic tools like the ones employed by high-tech thieves. It does not have a traditional keyfob with LED indicators, which means it’s not visible.

There will be times where you have to disable Autowatch Ghost 2’s automatic protection, for example during an valet parking or boris.Icu [http://www.redrockcanyonopenspace.org] a service work. The ghost CAN immobiliser has a special mode to do this, referred to ‘Service Mode which is activated by pressing an app on your smartphone. The car can still be operated, but the maximum speed is restricted to 36mph for greater security.

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Simple PIN code change process

Ghost is the latest generation of device that protects your car without cutting wires, or installing aftermarket key fobs. It connects directly to the vehicle’s CAN data network. A personalised PIN is programmed using buttons on the steering wheel and dash. The device doesn’t emit RF signals, therefore it cannot be bypassed. This makes it inaccessible to sophisticated scans using RF or code-grabbing technologies that modern thieves use.

The PIN code can be altered to lock out previous drivers or even include an override code if you forget the sequence. The installer will show you the procedure to accomplish this during installation. The system also comes with the option of a valet mode that can be used to temporarily disable the pin input sequence so that your garage or mechanic can fix the car without needing to know the pin code. This is ideal for customers who want to hand over their vehicle for valet parking or service but don’t want divulge the PIN sequence.

Contrary to Thatcham products that require additional key-fobs to operate, Ghost is a discreet system that uses the buttons in your vehicle to create an unique and interchangeable PIN code sequence. This sequence is entered via the smartphone application. No extra LED indicators are used, and your car is secured without risk of being disabled.

Tested for every vehicle

In contrast to key fobs that require you to press buttons, a ghost immobiliser is hidden under your dash or steering wheel so that you don’t even know it’s even there. The device is connected to the vehicle’s CAN data network, and a personalised PIN code is programmed into it using buttons that are already present on your vehicle. The system then prevents your engine from starting unless the code has been entered before. This means that thieves cannot clone the keys of your car or access the OBD to hack into it.

Ghost is a great option for all vehicles including electric cars motorhomes, vans, and www.boris.icu (https://www.esg-ci.com/esg/index.php/component/mediatheque/?task=showpagelien&str_lien_name=http%3a%2f%2fboris.icu) bicycles. It’s also extremely flexible and can be programmed to turn off in various scenarios. For example, it can be programmed to enter Valet mode when the car is taken to a valet park or service company. This means that your vehicle can be operated within a specified 30mph speed limit, and the ghost immobiliser will be activated once it is returned to your home.

Another excellent feature is that the device can be reset to your personal PIN code at any point. This is great in the event that you lose the code or in the event that the device becomes unusable.

It is also unnoticed by anyone who doesn’t know what it is. This is due to it running through the buttons that are already on the dashboard of your car and on the steering wheel and uses the data they send to determine the buttons that have been hit. This makes it a safe and reliable security solution that cannot be compromised by RF scanning, jamming or door lock pick sets.