Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai is a senior staff writer at VICE Motherboard, where he covers hacking, cybersecurity, and privacy. You can contact Lorenzo securely on Signal at +1 917 257 1382, on Wickr/Telegram/Wire @lorenzofb, or via email at email@example.com
The FBI and CISA published an announcement to assuage fears of election hacking ahead of the midterms.
A group of criminal hackers have started leaking data containing personal information online, after the victim school publicly announced it wasn’t going to pay the ransom.
A Motherboard investigation based on FOIA requests show how U.S. schools have been dealing with ransomware attacks.
Grayshift filed a series of documents with the FCC that reveal the looks of the new cellphone unlocking device.
The former employee used encrypted email to communicate with someone he thought was a foreign spy, who was actually an FBI agent.
Privacy activists are decrying a couple who use TikTok to show how they track people who rented their cars on the car-sharing app Turo.
A programmer has re-created the original “digital rain” from The Matrix as well as the variations from the sequels and put it on GitHub.
The person who used to own AimJunkies said Bungie had “balls” to go to court against them, accusing Bungie of hacking an AimJunkies contractor.
The encrypted chat app published “easy” detailed instructions to help anyone set up a proxy server to help Iranians.
A security researcher discovered that a bug he found for the PS4 in 2020 was also present on the PS5.
Windows users of Malwarebytes antivirus software had trouble browsing the web on Wednesday morning because of a mistake.
The hacktivist group known as the Ukraine IT Army published a screenshot that showed the group hacked into a website allegedly linked to the Wagner group.