A campaign targeting accounts with thousands of followers hit at least 2,500 victims in two weeks.
Is this the dawn of a new era of politically-motivated hacks?
"Fur Affinity" pushed a password reset after its source code was shared by hackers.
Activists are hacking medical devices to free the data.
The government is trying to downplay the hacking code it used to identify thousands of anonymous Tor users under a single warrant.
The reason the government won't disclose its Tor Browser exploit? It's classified.
The online chats of cannabis enthusiasts watching movies together on a marijuana enthusiasts video website were left exposed online.
Paying off critics, burning cars, and editing Wikipedia mafia pages are all part of the con.
The concept of “DXing”—basically, trying to capture TV or radio signals from far away—is nearly as old as the antenna. It’s a great rabbit hole.
Spies and hackers could bypass end-to-end encryption apps by taking over cellphone numbers.