Why Are Physical Software Sales Still a Thing?
And most boxes are empty!
Implantable Cardiac Devices Could Be Vulnerable to Hackers, FDA Warns
St. Jude Medical has issued a software patch to address the problem.
Some Malware Victims in Turkey Have No Idea They’ve Been Targeted
Using malware to target individuals is getting increasingly popular not only in Turkey, but worldwide.
Authorities Just Shut Down One of the World’s Largest Malware Networks
More than 800,000 domains were seized, sinkholed , or blocked in 'Operation Avalanche', an effort by law enforcement authorities and researchers in 30 countries.
A Hacker Took Over Tel Aviv’s Public Wi-Fi Network to Prove That He Could
And he said it was quite easy.
Eugene Kaspersky Says the Worst Case Hacking Scenarios Probably Won't Happen
"I'm paranoid, but optimistic," says the infosecurity legend about the looming threat of a Hackpocalypse.
Meet the Hackers Who Drive the Porsches You Paid For
Ferraris, Porsches, and briefcases full of money show a booming cybercrime industry.
A Loud Sound Just Shut Down a Bank's Data Center for 10 Hours
Dozens of hard drives were knocked down during a fire drill that involved inert gas deployment.
Turkish Journalist Jailed for Terrorism Was Framed, Forensics Report Shows
New analysis of Barış Pehlivan's computer finds a very rare, targeted malware called Ahtapot. It only gets stranger from there.
Smart Electrial Sockets Could Be the Next Botnet
Researchers found a vulnerability that poses both physical and online security risks for the user.
Scanning Code for Viruses Is No Longer a Job for Humans
Only a tiny percentage of code analysis is still done by humans.
The Low-Cost, DIY Romanian Tesla
A half-French, half-Catalan engineer crossed the continent to build an electric car anyone could afford.