<p>Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai is a staff writer at VICE Motherboard in Brooklyn, New York, where he covers hacking, information security, and digital rights. Prior to working at Motherboard, Lorenzo worked at Mashable and at Wired's Danger Room. He graduated from Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism. He's also a defrocked lawyer from Barcelona, Spain—although he is actually Italian. In his spare time you can find him eating mozzarella, or arguing with the referee during a soccer match.</p> <p>To contact him securely, visit: <a href="https://lorenzofb.com/" target="_blank">lorenzofb.com</a>.</p> <p>Lorenzo's PGP fingerprint is: 7DD9 05AF 70AE E1B3 FEEF 2987 F1CF 198F BF50 84F0</p>
Motherboard is publishing a redacted version of the allegedly Iranian-made video to show readers what a foreign voter interference operation looks like.
The Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said that the emails, which were designed to make it look like they came from the far-right group Proud Boys, were "desperate attempts by desperate adversaries.”
The video, included in emails spoofed to be from the ‘Proud Boys,’ shows an alleged hacker obtaining voter data and using it to print a ballot, but the scheme is unlikely to be successful.
The emails, which read 'Vote for Trump or else!' have been delivered to Democratic voters using Estonian internet infrastructure.
A 4chan post that claimed votes in Oregon and Washington could be changed through an online portal went viral, but the tactic won’t actually work.
Six people from the Sandworm hacking group are wanted by the FBI for launching a long series of hacks and leaks all over the world.
'Destiny 2' cheat maker PerfectAim is no longer offering its services after getting a cease and desist letter from Bungie. Why don't game developers stop all cheaters this way?
Just two weeks after banning 20,000 suspected cheaters, the makers of the popular online game game banned several more players who tried to use the new version of a popular cheat software.
The company from Cupertino is hiring researchers who specialize in hacking iOS for other companies.
The popular online game is riddled with cheaters and bots. So this coder decided to make bots that go after cheaters and other malicious bots.
Apple rewarded the researchers for finding some very serious bugs in the company's websites. But for some, the researchers should have been paid more.
Around 20,000 cheaters, including a streamer and a college football player, were banned from Call of Duty: Warzone for allegedly using a popular cheat.