Developers’ sh*tposting group splinters as members begin reporting each other to employers
The group's activities were exposed following the cancellation of DerbyCon.
AT&T, T-Mobile to stop selling location of customers to third parties
It all started with a fake bounty hunt.
The evolution of evil chatbots is just around the corner
Thanks to advances in machine learning, chatbots can now be exploited by hackers to deceive unsuspecting victims into handing over sensitive information.
Dark Web marketplaces are selling children’s Social Security numbers, addresses
They also have their own twisted set of ethics—like, no reselling.
Facebook shared your DMs with tech giants like Netflix and Spotify (updated)
These are among 150 companies granted unique access to users' personal data.
Snowden joins calls for Google to end controversial Chinese search engine
Ex-NSA contractor and over 60 human rights groups criticize Project Dragonfly.
Report: GOP emails hacked during 2018 election
Some major Republican lawmakers reportedly didn't know about it.
USPS fixes ‘catastrophic’ bug that exposed 60 million users’ data
The agency reportedly ignored it for more than a year.
Japan’s cybersecurity chief doesn’t use computers—which at least means he’s never been hacked?
Ah, another government at its most competent.
Report: 81,000 private Facebook messages for sale online
The hackers claimed to have access to 120,000 accounts.
Gabe Gundacker on voicing Stephen Miller, Donald Trump Jr.
On this week's 'We're All Gonna Die' podcast, internet privacy with EPIC's senior counsel, 'Our Cartoon President,' and noise rock from Cherubs.
Tumblr security bug could have exposed users’ private data
Users' email addresses, passwords, and IP addresses were left vulnerable.
Turns out, Pentagon weapons are surprisingly easy to hack
GAO report finds that weapons are woefully underprepared in the face of a cyberattack.