Fiat Chrysler asked a federal court in Illinois last week to dismiss the proposed class action against it, asserting that inadequate security puts vehicles at risk for hacking after two security researchers were able to take control of a Jeep Cherokee and wrote about it in Wired magazine.

Fiat stated that it patched the vulnerability days after the article was published and hacking is no longer possible. In addition, Fiat alleged that the plaintiffs were unable to prove that they were injured or damaged. The plaintiffs allege that the possibility of hacking could cause accidents and injuries to owners and that the vulnerability has decreased the vehicles’ value.