‘WannaCry Hero’ Marcus Hutchins Pleads Guilty to Making Banking Malware
The researcher who helped stop the WannaCry ransomware pleaded guilty to two counts of hacking for writing banking malware in 2014.
This Worm Virus Forced Windows Users to Watch 'Homestar Runner'
404 DooDoo Error.
Educating Kids And the Elderly Is the Key to Closing the Online Security Loop
The next WannaCry might not get so far.
Phish Me If You Can
Google Was Warned About This Week’s Mass Phishing Email Attack Six Years Ago
Six years ago, a researcher warned about the exact same "dynamite phishing" technique used to phish around one million Gmail users this week.
Oh This Old Thing? It's Just a Three-Foot-Long Shipworm
Look at it.
This Virus Automatically Kills Smart Light Bulbs
In the future, hackers might black out cities by breaking into internet-connected light bulbs.
The MySpace Worm that Changed the Internet Forever
Ten years ago, a few lines of code gave a hacker one million friends, and a visit from the Feds.
Ones and Zeros: A 15 Billion Dollar Box of Girl Scout Cookies
_Building robots from robots with miniature robots. More coffee please._ h3. ONE: A single box of Girl Scout Cookies "could contain 15 billion dollars worth of graphene":http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2011-08/single-box-girl-scout-cookies...
How Ralph Langner Cracked Stuxnet
German security researcher Ralph Langner explains how he and his team cracked Stuxnet, the first true digital warhead of the 21st century.