We Talked to Phone Farmers Who Use Ad Fraud to Earn Beer Money
The inside story of the sketchy, gray market world of zombie phone armies making money simulating trailer views.
One of the World's Most Wanted Hackers Speaks
Phineas Fisher wanted to make a statement on CYBER to deny he’s an agent of the Kremlin.
How Google’s Do-Good Startup Became an Internal Mess
This week's CYBER is all about how our reporter Lorenzo Franchesci-Bicchierai revealed Jigsaw's toxic workplace culture.
Why Are Passwords Still a Thing?
Passwords aren't secure and they might never have been.
The Zuckerberg Deepfake Heard Around the World
The deepfake of Mark Zuckerberg was perhaps the biggest troll of Facebook in recent memory, but will it change anything?
What Happens When a US Border Protection Contractor Gets Hacked?
The government wants all the data it can get from you at the border. But what happens when a hacker shows they can’t store it safely?
The Politician Fighting The Spyware Industry
Outgoing Dutch member of European Parliament Marietje Schaake tells us why spyware is as dangerous as an AK-47, but regulated less.
Former Exploit Broker The Grugq Talks Election Interference and Disinformation
On CYBER, the South African infosec celebrity breaks down what we can expect to see in the lead up to 2020.
Who’s Afraid of Huawei?
In this week's CYBER podcast, we spoke to VICE News reporter William Turton, who just spent a week in China as part of a bizzarre Huawei junket.
Why There’s No Need to Panic About a ‘Cyber 9/11’
Attacks against critical infrastructure are real, but the reality isn't as bad as the alarmists want us to believe.
How Manhattan’s District Attorney Prosecutes Cybercrime
Elizabeth Roper, the office's cybercrime and identity theft bureau chief, explains how one of the country’s most important prosecutors goes after cybercriminals.
How a Hacker Tracked Thousands of Cars and Gained the Ability To Kill Their Engines
In this week’s CYBER podcast, we spoke about Motherboard’s scoop on a hacker who breached two GPS tracking companies.