The FBI is warning businesses that hackers have used “destructive malware” to launch cyber attacks in the U.S.
Hacker Barbie? These are the real women of science!
Bryan Hamade, a 27-year-old from Georgia, told BuzzFeed his scheme to make some easy bitcoins backfired and that now he’s being harassed by 4chan users.
Unless, you know, you want the zombies to get you. Via YouTube channel CrazyRussianHacker.
And you thought “Heartbleed” was bad…
Passwords and user accounts are missing basic security measures. Another “grossly incompetent” government IT effort in post-Manning age.
Army’s Deputy of Cybersecurity told BuzzFeed a security failure can allow unauthorized access to computer files. Instead of fixing it, they are telling soldiers to be more careful.
It’s the human touch that makes all the difference.
We’ve created the perfect storm with our sloppy smartphone habits. As attacks on mobile devices skyrocket, the prospect of falling victim to a hacker seems like it’s no longer a question of “if” but rather “when.”
What’s better than wearing a sweater like those Bill Cosby used to wear? Wearing one with his likeness knit right into it! Andrew Salomone shows off how he hacked a 1980’s knitting machine to “print” images into his sweaters at the World Maker Faire, New York, 2011.
Quick, backlog into the beta charlie and shut down the gigawats before the generator arc jumps the system!
Some dude hacked into a few video screens in Times Square.
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Geohot, the infamous PS3 and iPhone hacker who is being sued by Sony, also has some rapping skillz, apparently?
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Anyone remember “War Games”? This is exactly how we were almost killed in a thermonuclear holocaust.