This decade had a lot of hackers, beefs, and spies. Maybe even too many.
These are the best stories on hacking and information security from this year that we wish we had reported and written ourselves.
This massive dataset can help teach and understand phishing better.
Apple asked Twitter to take down a viral tweet posted by an independent iPhone security researcher. Then, the company backtracked and asked for the tweet to be re-posted.
It’s a reward for hacktivists and criminals who break into capitalist institutions, offered by one of the most infamous hackers of all time.
A European bank makes customers pay to change their passwords, and suggests they Google their password to check if it is secure.
A security firm has released a new app that promises to detect when your iPhone has been targeted by hackers, but there are caveats.
Chronicle, Google’s moonshot cybersecurity startup that was supposed to completely change the industry, is imploding.
A new parody website generates random excuses to explain why companies got hacked and apologize to their users.
Technologists, hackers, and journalists recap the fifth episode of the final season of the realistic hacking show.
Corellium responds to Apple's lawsuit saying the startup is good for society and accusing Apple of owing it money.
Amnesty International details attacks against two Moroccan human rights activists allegedly carried out with NSO Group’s spyware.