Your 4K Netflix Streaming Is on a Collision Course With Your ISP's Data Caps
High-resolution video streaming is on the rise, but data caps could mean bigger bills for customers.
Experts Call for Transparency Around Google’s Chinese-Made Security Keys
Google's Titan Security Keys, used to lock down accounts, are produced in China. Several experts want more answers on that supply chain process, for fears of tampering or security issues.
"Don’t Mess With Our Elections": Vigilante Hackers Strike Russia, Iran
Vigilante hackers have left American flags and messages on machines in Russia and Iran. The hackers tell Motherboard why they did it.
Fog Computing Brings Big Data Back to Earth
But what's fog computing anyway?
Hackers Hit ‘Some’ Cisco Customers With Leaked NSA Hacking Tools
A month after the leak of some NSA hacking tools, Cisco found the first real world attack using the leaked exploits.
Researcher Grabs VPN Password With Tool From NSA Dump
An exploit included in the 'Shadow Brokers' dump targets a Cisco VPN appliance.
What We Know About the Exploits Dumped in NSA-Linked Hack
Researchers have quickly ascertained a lot about the exploits and hacking tools in the 'Shadow Brokers' dump.
Researchers Figure Out How to Detect Malware in Encrypted Traffic
They found traces of known malware without having to decrypt.
Ker-Ching: One Group of Hackers Was Apparently Making $30 Million a Year
That’s a serious payday.
Cisco's Tactical Operations Group Brings the Internet When No One Else Can
When the worst happens, communication saves lives.
Please Kill Me (Eventually)
Techno-utopia’s promise of “immortality” is scary and gross.
Cisco's Falun Gong Fiasco Isn't Going Away
Activists say Cisco is complicit in China's human rights abuses.