Putting Stickers On Your Laptop Is Probably a Bad Security Idea
From border crossings to hacking conferences, that Bitcoin or political sticker may be worth leaving on a case at home.
Google Hacker Asks Tim Cook to Donate $2.45 Million In Unpaid iPhone Bug Bounties
A Google security researcher says that he's found 30 vulnerabilities in iOS that have made Apple's software more secure—and he wants the company to pay up.
Google Revealed an Israeli Spyware Company That Has Quietly Sold Its Wares for Years
Sources tell Motherboard Equus Technologies, a little-known Israeli firm linked to the Android malware, also sells iOS capabilities.
Hacker Says He Broke Through Samsung's Secure Smartphone Platform
When his rooting exploit worked on plenty of Android devices but failed on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, researcher Di Shen decided to dig into KNOX.
How Researchers Exposed Iranian Cyberattacks Against Hundreds of Activists
For more than three years, two researchers have tracked the rise of state-sponsored Iranian hackers.
Afraid of the Dark? Too Bad, Your Smart Bulbs Can Be Hacked
Researchers successfully hack Philips smart lightbulbs from 400 yards away and claim that they could create a worm.
How Drones Could Help Hackers Shut Down Power Plants
In the future, cyberattacks on power plants might be done with malware and flying hacker drones.
The Hacks We Can't See
The ‘Danger Drone’ Is a $500 Flying Hacker Laptop
Two researchers have created a proof-of-concept for a cheap, multi-functional, hacker drone.
Female Hackers Still Face Harassment at Conferences
From sexist assumptions to ass-grabbing, women report problems at hacking and security conferences.
Chaos Communication Congress: A Very German Hacking Conference
From WWII, through the leftwing rebellions of the 80s, to the squats of Berlin, the CCC is a hacking conference built on politics. And volunteers.
The Dark Web Is Becoming a Safe Haven for Malware
Some recent malware is taking advantage of the protections afforded by Tor and I2P.
Between Black and White Hat: Hackers 'w0rm' Offer Legit Security Work Too
The hackers claim to be doing penetration testing for companies on top of their usual exploits.