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With the proliferation of embedded technologies and wireless capabilities, today's vehicles are no longer isolated mechanical machines. They become part of a hyper-connected system -Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)-that has the potential to support multiple levels of autonomy and intelligence improving considerably the safety, efficiency, and sustainability of transportation networks. However, this raises new security issues that make the whole system prone to cybersecurity attacks thatdoi:10.1109/access.2021.3050038 fatcat:wagonasxpbetxdlrhxzadnpkw4