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.
US Government Admits It Doesn’t Know If Assange Cracked Password For Manning
An FBI agent admitted in a newly unsealed court document that the Department of Justice does not know whether Assange’s offer to help Manning came to fruition.
The ‘Biggest EVER’ Collection of Hacked Passwords Is Not That Bad
Someone put together a massive list of 773 million unique email addresses and 21 million unique passwords. But there’s really no reason to panic.
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You Should Change Your Twitter Password Right Now
"We are very sorry this happened," the company told its 330 million users.
People Are Actually Using a Joke Dating Site That Matches People Based on Their Passwords
This website answers the question no one ever asked: what if you dated someone who used the same password?
Go Ahead and Put Your Password on a Post-It Note
Many are shaming the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency for keeping passwords on post-its, but the practice isn’t always a terrible idea.
Too Many People Are Still Using ‘Password’ as a Password
'Starwars' was another popular and bad choice for passwords this year.
Researchers Say Paul Manafort Referenced James Bond in His Adobe and Dropbox Passwords
The ex-Trump campaign chairman was indicted in special investigator Robert Mueller’s Russian probe Monday.
The iPhone's Constant Password Popups Are a Hacker's Dream
PSA: be careful where you type your Apple ID password.
It’s Trivially Easy to Hack into Anybody’s Myspace Account
Myspace? More like Everyonespace.
Educating Kids And the Elderly Is the Key to Closing the Online Security Loop
The next WannaCry might not get so far.
Untold Numbers of Canadians Are Streaming Live Online Without Their Knowledge
Daycares, churches, cops—it’s all streaming live.