The FBI and CISA published an announcement to assuage fears of election hacking ahead of the midterms.
As games have become more popular, gaming has infected every aspect of our life. That’s not great.
A Motherboard investigation based on FOIA requests show how U.S. schools have been dealing with ransomware attacks.
Motherboard previously revealed that SafeGraph was selling location data related to visits to Planned Parenthood facilities.
Grayshift filed a series of documents with the FCC that reveal the looks of the new cellphone unlocking device.
Uber, Twitter, and Twilio all fell pretty to social engineering. Most hacks don’t work without some form of it.
The hacker who goes by the handle thrax said that the hack itself was opportunistic, and that they didn't target Fast Company specifically, at least initially.
Here is where we’re at, in a way we hope is at least some part digestible.
To create the powerful AI art generators, engineers are training programs to soak up as much data as possible without questioning where it’s coming from.
Augury is so thorough one expert told us, “It’s everything. There’s nothing else to capture except the smell of electricity.”
The “Augury” platform includes highly sensitive network data that Team Cymru, a private company, is selling to the military. “It’s everything. There’s nothing else to capture except the smell of electricity,” one cybersecurity expert said.
The Uber hack is another warning about using your phone for 2FA.