The ISS astronauts have more important things to worry about than the blue screen of death.
Articles tagged "hackers"
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.
Everybody! Gather whatever belongings you can and head to the nearest fallout shelter, because hackers just broke into Apple Headquarters, and the evil code-clipping villains got Facebook, too.
How solar panels can thwart hackers aiming to take down the grid.
Hackers are human beings, just like you and me.
In response to the harsh sentences recently levied against DDoS action organizers, online activists are trying to make the case that disrupting online should be regarded as a legal form of protest.
There is a light at the end of the tunnel here.
There’s a whole tier of hackers, serious thieves, who can not only find their way through a maze of code, but can actually tap into the very wires that carry that code from place to place. It’s a serious threat, and not even the most sophisticated fi…
Cole Stryker is a real name, but it belongs to a writer who has written two books in as many years that investigate the ways that people push culture forward — or in some cases, backward — under the cloak of fake names.
Last week, Leon Panetta stoked some fears and drew bloggy jeers when he warned of an incoming "cyber Pearl Harbor." The gloomy song and dance, which we've heard played out so many a time now, made a chorus of hackers' alleged ability to disrupt trans…
If you didn't already know it, the United States is in terrible trouble of being hit by a horrible, crippling cyberattack. _The New York Times_ calls it a "dire threat." Defense Secretary Leon Panetta calls it the impending "cyber Pearl Harbor." We d…
Happy Cybersecurity Awareness Month, everyone! To get things started off right, General Keith Alexander, the head of U.S. Cyber Command as well as the National Security Agency, discussed the state of the nation’s cyber defense capabilities with a cro…
As Bitfloor.com (the U.S.' largest Bitcoin site) services have come grinding to a halt in the wake of a "$250,000 theft of its currency":http://www.techspot.com/news/50043-bitfloor-breached-hacker-makes-off-with-250000-in-bitcoins.html, two questions…
The fun-loving, government oppression-hating hackers at AntiSec are back in action with the release of over a million Apple user IDs. The encrypted file hit the web late Monday night along with a characteristic rant against everything from the NSA to…