Hacker Releases First Public Jailbreak for Up-to-Date iPhones in Years
Apple accidentally unpatched a vulnerability it had already fixed, making current versions of iOS vulnerable to hackers.
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Instagram Launches Bug Bounty for Apps that Steal User Data
On Wednesday, Facebook expanded beyond its bounties for third party apps stealing user data to also apply to Instagram.
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Apple’s Lawsuit Against a Startup Shows How It Wants to Control the iPhone Hacking Market
Apple sued Corellium, a company that makes virtual copies of iOS for researchers to practice hacking the iPhone on.
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We Asked Def Con Attendees Why People Are Still Getting Hacked
The cybersecurity industry is worth billions of dollars, and tens of thousands of people attend Black Hat and Def Con every year. So, are we getting any safer?
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Apple’s New Bug Bounty Is a 'Historical Moment' For the iPhone’s Security
Apple expanded the scope of its bug bounty, increased payouts, and promised special devices to a select group of researchers. For jailbreakers and hackers, there’s never been a better time to pwn the iPhone.
Google Hackers Found 10 Ways to Hack an iPhone Without Touching It
Many of the vulnerabilities relied on using iMessage to own the rest of the phone, Google's Project Zero said.
These Legit-Looking iPhone Lightning Cables Will Hijack Your Computer
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.
Vulnerability Exposed Microsoft Azure Users to Cyberattack
New report says flaw with common remote desktop access protocol left millions of users and researchers open to attack.
America’s DIY Phone Farmers
Ordinary Americans are using armies of phones to generate cash to buy food, diapers, and beer through ad fraud.
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The Spies of Comic Con
Hollywood is increasingly implementing real spycraft into blockbuster movies and TV shows.
The Most Clever 'Zip Bomb' Ever Made Explodes a 46MB File to 4.5 Petabytes
Files so deeply compressed that they’re effectively malware have been around for decades – and a researcher just unveiled a brand-new Zip bomb that explodes a 46-megabyte file to 4.5 petabytes of data.
Hackers Hijacked VR Chatrooms to Manipulate Users' Reality
Security researchers found critical vulnerabilities in three different virtual reality applications that would have allowed hackers to take control of victims’ computers.