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Articles tagged "hackers"
An operation called Waking Shark II simulated a major cyber attack on banks' computers.
Meanwhile, Indonesian hackers just brought down the Australian intelligence service's website.
In spite of the fact that they'll make bank.
Workers at a container terminal in Antwerp began to wonder why entire containers—containing cargo like bananas and timber—were disappearing from the port.
Is it an evil clown or Aunt Martha trying to pinch your cheeks?
Spoiler alert: some people said yes.
The premiere hacking conference is full of games, from Nerf sniping to "Pimp My Rascal" to straight-up espionage.
Got advice for the NSA? Send it to email@example.com.
Barnaby Jack, who famously hacked ATMs and claimed to be able to hack pacemakers in order to kill patients remotely, was confirmed dead on Friday.
At a 72-hour hackathon, the nation's top makers built a bevy of strange musical instruments that seek to change the way we experience sound.
The ISS astronauts have more important things to worry about than the blue screen of death.
Paris had better lock up its soda supply, IodureMetallique and his robot arm are coming.
When cyber attacks lead to missile launches, a virtual war can become a real war real fast.
The American Express tech team suspects that their attack is part of the biggest DDoS assault in history.
A hacker dispute has escalated from finger-pointing to become the largest DDoS attack the world has ever seen.
The government wants hackers, and it wants them young.
"I saw the chance to... command hundreds of thousands of devices with a click of my mouse," said the anonymous cartographer behind the map.
Pending appeal, Weev is off to jail.
Stop what you're doing right now and peer into your webcam.
The Pirate Bay doesn't give a shit if you think its jokes are funny.
Sabu stands to benefit from being an informant a little longer.