Shortly after the Edward Snowden leaks in 2013, the NSA asked all Americans for suggestions on how it could better protect civil liberties. The agency received 14 emails.
Researchers find hackers using increasingly sophisticated methods to go after lucrative in-game inventories.
The creator of a device that allowed anonymous Wi-Fi connections from 2.5 miles away abruptly stopped its development.
Proxyham is designed to give whistleblowers and dissidents an extra layer of protection when connecting to the internet.
Spoiler alert: feds go to hacker conferences.
'ICBM' lampoons the horror of nuclear war.
Michael Ossmann and a merry band of hackers are rebuilding the NSA's most secret weapons—for science.
Long-term, this bust makes no difference. A new .onion website will be online in a few days, selling drugs to anyone who wants them. In fact, there are dozens already.
At the Las Vegas hacker convention Defcon, any old bachelor party could become collateral damage.
It's pretty awesome, really geeky, and somewhat ominous.
In spite of the fact that they'll make bank.