Hackers are becoming more insidious. Each year, we see proofs of concept for potential hacks, and the next year, security researchers are concerned about seeing them starting to proliferate in the real world. Take for example the FBI’s recent statement that people should secure the computers in their cars in order to protect them against the type of hacking attack that WIRED magazine demonstrated was possible in controlled circumstances last summer. But even in light of such ominous warnings, the statistical chances of a given citizen being run off the road by a hacker with a vendetta are pretty small (at least at the moment). There are, however, areas in which being hacked-or being targeted for hacking-is a more likely possibility.