Researchers have uncovered another malware that used a hacked Syrian site to infect victims.
Gemalto might not be the only victim, but we know very little about the others—and no one wants to talk.
Researchers devised a way to encrypt a QR code to make sure your hardware isn’t intercepted and hacked.
“Someone high on coke, Skittles and slinging code is not a good candidate for basic training.”
This whole story is a long way of introducing myself to you, dear Motherboard reader.
Gemalto has “reasonable grounds” to think that the NSA and GCHQ hacked it, but does the company actually have any clue?
If you see a green “YES,” you may have a serious problem.
If Apple is a 'true partner' of the government, is it really going to keep your information safe?
The military says it gets 600 million nefarious emails every month.
Obama's new cybersecurity order will allow for expanded information sharing between private companies and the federal government—and many major companies are on board.