Hacking

3 days ago

Malware That Spits Cash Out of ATMs Has Spread Across the World

A joint investigation between Motherboard and the German broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR) has uncovered new details about a spate of so-called “jackpotting” attacks.

4 days ago

Hackers Dissect 'Mr. Robot' Season 4 Episode 2: ‘Payment Required’

Technologists, hackers, and journalists recap and review the second episode of the final season of the realistic hacking show.

10.10.19

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.

10.10.19

Human Rights Activist Allegedly Targeted With NSO Malware Says His Life Is ‘Hellish’

Amnesty International details attacks against two Moroccan human rights activists allegedly carried out with NSO Group’s spyware.

10.9.19

The War Against the Census Is On — and Big Tech Is Trying to Avoid Another 2016

The info war against the Census is heating up — and we'll have to live with the results for the next decade.

10.8.19

Twitter Took Phone Numbers for Security and Used Them for Advertising

This could make people think twice about using a phone number to secure their account at all.

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10.7.19

A Roundtable of Hackers Dissects 'Mr. Robot' Season 4 Episode 1: ‘Unauthorized’

Technologists, hackers, and journalists recap the much-awaited fourth season opener of the realistic hacking show.

10.7.19

Toms Shoes' Mailing List Hacked to Tell Users to Log Off

"hey you, don't look at a digital screen all day, theres a world out there that you're missing out on."

10.4.19

Signal Bug Could Have Let Hackers Listen to Android Users Via Microphone

Google’s Project Zero recently reported the issue, which the Signal maintainers have now fixed.

10.3.19

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10.3.19

Hackers Target Sex Forum Exposing Users’ Email Addresses

Hackers stole data from Flirtsexchat, a sex website running vulnerable vBulletin software.

10.3.19

Researchers Say They Uncovered Uzbekistan Hacking Operations Due to Spectacularly Bad OPSEC

A new threat actor Kaspersky calls SandCat, believed to be Uzbekistan’s intelligence agency, is so bad at operational security, researchers have found multiple zero-day exploits used by the group, and even caught malware the group was still developing.

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