It's a positive precedent for hacktivists.
Articles tagged "hacking"
SkyJack lets you MacGyver a quadcopter to hunt out and hijack other drones in flight.
It's not going to be easy for New Jersey to maintain a digital fence around the state border.
It's really time to pick better passwords, guys.
The NSA's subversion of the internet could expose more personal data to malicious hackers than ever before.
The scene at the courtroom as a whistleblower is sentenced to 10 years in jail.
It's a good time to be in the “ransomware” game.
The iPhone finger scanner might be a good idea after all.
Enter for a chance to try the futuristic food replacement for yourself.
Bank notes are only as legitimate as the machine that checks them.
As far as espionage goes, you only get in trouble if someone can prove it.
Whether or not Sabu actually did it makes no difference.
In spite of the fact that they'll make bank.
Is this McCarthyism 2.0?
Workers at a container terminal in Antwerp began to wonder why entire containers—containing cargo like bananas and timber—were disappearing from the port.
A recent simulation of systemic attacks shows markets need more security.
Cheney is not being paranoid when he tells '60 Minutes' he's afraid of someone taking over his pacemaker.
One engineer's semi-accidental discovery.
Canada, home to 75 percent of the world’s mining companies, is hacking its way into greater economic power.
It's designed to give you new perspective on social media by "dissolving your biases."
Earlier this month, Iranian police found the body of Mojtaba Ahmadi, head of the Iranian Cyber Warfare squad, in what has all the hallmarks of a classic spy assassination. So I called up a former member of Mossad.