Latest Hacker Stories
A new Pew study finds that more than half of Americans are concerned about being watched by their government, but nearly 90 percent are worried about being hacked.
In a news story that broke late last week, the Syrian Electronic Army apparently flexed some cyber-muscle by redirecting The Washington Post’s Web traffic to an alternate site to make a political
Following last year’s numerous password dumps and this year’s Twitter hacks, website Ars Technica posed a challenge to a trio of hackers: How long does it take to unlock even the most secure passwords?
idcloak’s latest article – Track IP address Protection – breaks down modern internet dangers into high and low level threats, advising on how to stay protected under each. Dallas,
The two biggest hacker conferences of the year roared at full pitch last week in Las Vegas, DEF CON 21 and Black Hat, and if there was one theme on display that should re-energize the fear factor
Two computer hackers who have successfully managed to hack into and manipulate a pair of widely-owned automobiles will present their findings at the Def Con hacking conference in Las Vegas this week.
Barnaby Jack, a famous hacker who demonstrated in 2010 how ATM machines can be forced to dish out pay dirt, died in San Francisco on Thursday.
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