A few days a year, hacking enthusiasts at DEFCON race to see if they can prove voting machines are not secure. The event inadvertently provides fodder for disinformation.
Their creation has been successfully fully outsourced to a factory, the security researcher behind the cables said.
Designer Kate Rose presented her "adversarial fashion" line of clothing, which introduces garbage data into license plate reader systems, at DEF CON 27.
Security researcher Brad Dixon found a way to cheat Zwift, the half-game half-cycling trainer, into thinking he's a superstar athlete.
It looks like an Apple lightning cable. It works like an Apple lightning cable. But it will give an attacker a way to remotely tap into your computer.
He stopped a global ransomware heist, but the feds just wanted to flip him.
The "tits to DEF CON" campaign, led by Badass Army, has already raised more than $11,000.
While others associated with Silk Road and Silk Road 2.0 didn't cooperate with authorities and have gotten serious jail time, Blake Benthall may get off without being prosecuted for drug crimes.
It's spectator mode only, but at least there's more to look at besides maps and stats.
The plaintiff claims that the We-Vibe sex toy collected all sorts of data without her knowledge.
Hackers gonna hack.
In the future, having AI that can help humans find bugs won’t just be practical, but a necessity.