9/11

cybercrime

A Decryption Key for Law Firm Emails in Hacked 9/11 Files Has Been Released

Someone has published the decryption key for the third layer of allegedly 9/11-linked documents from The Dark Overlord hacking group.
Joseph Cox
2.21.19
YouTube

Why Did YouTube Mass Recommend That People Watch News Footage of the 9/11 Attacks?

Thousands of people say that a years-old CNN news feed from the morning of the September 11th attacks has been resurfaced by YouTube's recommendation algorithm.
Rob Dozier
1.18.19
astronauts

An Astronaut Accidentally Dialed 911 From the International Space Station

Astronauts, they’re just like us!
Sarah Emerson
1.4.19
cybercrime

The Dark Overlord Decrypts More 9/11 Insurance Files

After apparently raising thousands of dollars through a crowdfunding effort, The Dark Overlord have decrypted a set of the 9/11 attack connected litigation documents.
Joseph Cox
1.4.19
Cyber Podcast

CYBER Podcast: The Dark Overlord and the 9/11 Insurance Files Hack

In this week’s episode of CYBER, we talk about how The Dark Overlord hacking group has evolved, and is one of the most sophisticated crews when it comes to manipulating the media.
Motherboard Staff
1.4.19
cybercrime

Hackers Threaten to Dump Insurance Files Related to 9/11 Attacks

The Dark Overlord appears to be trying to capitalize on conspiracy theories about the September 11 attacks.
Joseph Cox
12.31.18
redacted

Here’s the FBI’s Internal Presentation About the 9/11 Attacks

FBI documents obtained by Florida Bulldog offer more questions than answers about the circumstances surrounding the 9/11 attacks.
Sarah Emerson
7.25.17
9/11

Samsung’s SOS Feature Leaked the Sound of Me Peeing

A well-intentioned phone safety feature goes wrong.
Samantha Cole
4.4.17
misfire

The Pentagon's Exploding Guns, By the Numbers

We crunched key data behind the US military shipping thousands of defective gun parts to troops for years, and knowing about it.
MOTHERBOARD STAFF
11.18.15
News

The FBI Says Hackers Are Targeting Emergency Services

As 911 gets more technologically advanced, the vulnerability to cyberattack increases.
J.M. Porup
11.16.15
News

Carly Fiorina May Have Revealed State Secrets by Bragging About Helping the NSA

In boasting about sending servers to the NSA after 9/11, Fiorina might have revealed classified information.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
10.7.15
Internet

Why BushDid911.com Redirects to the University of Pittsburgh

It was redirecting to a Penn State student site, and now it's targeting Pitt.
Ben Richmond
5.15.15
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