AtlasOS promises to improve frame rates, but it disables a host of important Windows security features in the process.
"The FBI concluded there was nothing, no evidence of any access from the outside, and that it was likely the same employee that was purported to be a hero for catching it, was actually banging on his keyboard."
Nexx's garage locks are vulnerable to hackers over the internet. Rather than replying to requests for comment, Nexx is forcing its customers to only use Bluetooth.
Researchers have noticed an upswing in bot attacks against online surveys for academic research—especially those that deal with social inequality.
‘NO’: Grad Students Analyze, Hack, and Remove Under-Desk Surveillance Devices Designed to Track Them
In October, the university quietly introduced heat sensors under desk without notifying students or seeking their consent. Students removed the devices, hacked them, and were able to force the university to stop its surveillance.
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.
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.