Blizzard Recruiters Asked Hacker If She ‘Liked Being Penetrated’ at Job Fair
Company employees at a hacking conference made several inappropriate comments to a security researcher who was inquiring about Blizzard’s job openings.
The World’s Largest Hacking Conferences Are Back IRL This Summer
Def Con and Black Hat, two of the largest hacking conferences in the world, are going to be back in person in Las Vegas this year.
Stealing Luxury Cars Has Never Looked So Easy
On this week’s CYBER we talk about a device that can break into luxury vehicles by the push of a button.
Apple’s New Bug Bounty Is a ‘Historical Moment’ For the iPhone’s Security
Apple expanded the scope of its bug bounty, increased payouts, and promised special devices to a select group of researchers. For jailbreakers and hackers, there’s never been a better time to pwn the iPhone.
Cyber Group Linked to Chinese Government Suspected of Hacking Video Game Companies for Financial Gain
When it's not spying for the Chinese government, the group known as APT41 allegedly hacks in-game currencies
Black Hat Talk About ‘Time AI’ Causes Uproar, Is Deleted By Conference
A controversial sponsored talk at the Black Hat security conference caused an uproar among security professionals and prompted the conference to delete the talk from the internet.
No, You Don’t Need a Burner Phone at a Hacking Conference
Every year, infosec Twitter debates whether people should bring a burner phone to conferences like Def Con or Black Hat. Here’s why we think you don’t need to worry about that.
Putting Stickers On Your Laptop Is Probably a Bad Security Idea
From border crossings to hacking conferences, that Bitcoin or political sticker may be worth leaving on a case at home.
Google Hacker Asks Tim Cook to Donate $2.45 Million In Unpaid iPhone Bug Bounties
A Google security researcher says that he's found 30 vulnerabilities in iOS that have made Apple's software more secure—and he wants the company to pay up.
Google Revealed an Israeli Spyware Company That Has Quietly Sold Its Wares for Years
Sources tell Motherboard Equus Technologies, a little-known Israeli firm linked to the Android malware, also sells iOS capabilities.
Hacker Says He Broke Through Samsung's Secure Smartphone Platform
When his rooting exploit worked on plenty of Android devices but failed on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, researcher Di Shen decided to dig into KNOX.
How Researchers Exposed Iranian Cyberattacks Against Hundreds of Activists
For more than three years, two researchers have tracked the rise of state-sponsored Iranian hackers.