The Washington Post is reporting that the NSA has a simple way to work out if you're worth hacking or not: it just reads your Google cookies.
This week, a website called haveibeenpwned launched to help folks find out whether their accounts were compromised in recent hacks on Adobe
Sometimes, something is so big that you don't notice it for a long time. You suddenly realize you're in a massive crater, say, or that a building is towering overheard. Or, in this case, a gaping security void in the internet. And someone's been siphoning massive amounts of data out of it.
It was only a matter of time before someone started hacking drones, and now Samy Kamkar has released all the hardware and software required to build a drone that can hunt and hack others as it flies—creating an army of zombies along the way.
The FBI has released an official memo indicating that hackers related to Anonymous have been accessing federal government computers in various agencies for almost a year and stealing data.
A hacker's broken into the databases of an online limousine service, grabbing details of more than 850,000 customers—including Fortune 500 CEOs, lawmakers, and A-list celebrities.
No doubt about it, the Raspberry Pi is nothing short of a homebrew phenomenon. Since its release in February 2012, the British micro-mini-computer has enabled legions of amateur inventors to develop projects both weird and wonderful. Here’s a run-down of the most impressive applications, ranging from weather stations to retro arcades to a supercomputer array on a Lego rack. See if any of them inspire you to do the same.