Neo-Nazi Terrorism Is Evolving Online

The far-right is taking another tip from ISIS by using internet savvy and encrypted networks to spread propaganda, recruit new members, and ultimately orchestrate terrorism.


Lyft and Uber Are Having a Terrible, Awful, No-Good Time

Rideshares were once the darlings of Wall Street, but now they’re being exposed.


Canada Says Its Spy Screwed Us

CYBER tells the story of a spy caught selling secrets to a shady cellphone company connected to cartels.


The Private Surveillance System That Tracks Cars Nationwide

It’s not just the NSA with all of the surveillance power in America, there's a booming corporate-owned surveillance industry used by private investigators.


The Biggest iPhone Hack in History, Explained

Inside a hack that targeted thousands of people a week.


American Voting Systems Were Left Online

Our Kim Zetter broke the news that US voting systems, some in key swing states, are actually online and very hackable. 


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?