A Hacker Has Wiped a Spyware Company’s Servers—Againp

Last year, a vigilante hacker broke into the servers of a company that sells spyware to everyday consumers and wiped their servers, deleting photos captured from monitored devices. A year later, the hacker...

Security lessons from the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

Technology races ahead, seducing us with shiny buttons that go "ping!" Meanwhile, security cleans up the mess--or tries to.Sound familiar? We see this drama play out across industry and government, even the Olympics....

BlueBorne is Bluetooth's Stagefright moment

When Armis researchers demonstrated BlueBorne, an attack that takes advantage of vulnerabilities in the Bluetooth protocol, it was downright frightening how easily an attacker could take remote control over the device. View all files...

Lowlife Scum Exploits Recent Florida Parkland School Shooting

Just when you think they cannot sink any lower, criminal internet scum are now exploiting the Parkland tragedy in Florida. Unfortunately, from this spot I have been warning about these lowlifes before when...

NetRipper – Smart Traffic Sniffing for Penetration Testers

NetRipper is a post exploitation tool targeting Windows systems which uses API hooking in order to intercept network traffic and encryption related functions from a low privileged user, being able to capture both...

WH Condemns Russian Hacking That Doesn’t Benefit Trump

The White House on Thursday...

http://supernintendo64.com/ : hacking

a subreddit dedicated to hacking and hacking culture. What we are about: quality and constructive discussion about hacking and hacking culture. We are not here to teach you the basics. Please visit /r/HowToHack for...

119,000 FedEx users​ ​passports, security ID & driving licenses exposed

It is just another day with just another privacy invasion – This time it is FedEx whose customer data has been exposed online, thanks to unsecured AWS S3 bucket.In July 2017, FedEx Corporation, a...

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