Your car may be the next target for hackers. Researchers at two universities were able to remotely lock the brakes, the engine and the windows on a car. They were able to control the car by connecting a laptop to the electronic control system and controlling that computer wirelessly using a second laptop in a separate car. The researchers at the University of Washington and the University of California at San Diego will present their findings at the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy in Oakland California. In an interview with CNet the researchers say right now there are no real threat from hackers taking control of cars remotely, but people are taking the potential threat seriously.