Three years ago, a Czech art collective revealed just how easy it is to become someone else.
Articles tagged "hacking"
If Michael Moore is obsessed with outrage, and Herzog is obsessed with dreams, Gibney is a master of moments.
Taking a #weevroadtrip to the Pennsylvania prison where the hacker's being held.
In 2012, DDoS attacks increased by a pretty ridiculous 200 percent, and 35 percent of businesses experienced some kind of disruptive DDoS attack.
“I think they are making the same mistake” as they made with the trial, said his lawyer.
"We generally target the most malicious media ..."
Useful information still isn't going faster than light.
They were created with a tool called Logstalgia that visualizes website access requests like a game of Pong.
All of these devices need to be on the internet to operate and Shodan – a privately developed search engine – has been busy sniffing them out.
The vast majority of hack attacks in 2012 were done with low-tech methods.
Are you down any old big pile of money policing your internet?
A guy crashing a plane with his phone? I wouldn't worry about that.
They say it's not about the meme--it's how you hack it.
ProjectPM has served as an online monument to Brown’s work that has survived beyond his isolation from the real world. If the Department of Justice succeeds in taking the Wiki down, that all may be lost.
I caught up with the journalist and popularly mislabeled spokesperson of Anonymous who is facing a century of hard time in a federal American prison for threatening a FBI officer, hiding evidence that obstructed his warrant, and sharing a link within…
Because why the hell not?
They pounded his head into the table, cuffed him, and dragged him from the room. Weev's friends sprang to their feet. This is the cruel trick of seeing a loved one handcuffed. You want to protect them. You can't.
In the wake of the Florida State meatspin troll, we rank the best school hacks. And we don't mean the teachers
Stop what you're doing right now and peer into your webcam.
We need to thoughtfully consider what the Ada Initiative's essential aims are, but also allow for the ability for people to respectfully discuss sexual topics.
The future won't be decided by how many tanks we've got, but by how smart our programmers are.