It has been a while. School and life picked back up, and I've had less time to browse.

Anyways, to the question(s). Everyone for the most part knows what a proximity key fob is, and how it plays a role in keyless entry, correct? So my question lays here: a typical scenario is that an individual has a fob in their pocket and reaches for the door handle(s) to lock/unlock the doors - in some instances, the fob only needs to be in a close enough range and not necessarily on the body of an individual to lock/unlock the doors or start a vehicle. Well, what happens if say I am in the driver seat and have the fob in my pocket or say in a cup holder, console, whatever - the car should still be able to function properly (turn on, turn off, etc).... Say the car is on or off, would a complete separate individual, stranger, whatever be able to unlock/lock my doors simply by grabbing the door handle in a situation (again, say te scenario is: the doors are originally locked, I'm sitting inside, and the car is either on or off. Would someone be able to make their unsolicited way in)? Think: car jacking or the likes. Is this a potential or real problem that exists? This came to mind after I came across a defensive video recently. If this is a real problem... Well, I'm going to have a difficult time shoppinh for a new car when a lot are now equipped with keyless entry...