A group of security researchers present the most systematic analysis yet showing Russian hackers mix fakes in with their hacked revelations. The post Russian Hackers Are Using ‘Tainted’ Leaks To Sow Disinformation appeared first on WIRED.
Step aside, ATM skimmers. This new attack empties out all the cash in minutes. The post Hackers Are Emptying ATMs With a Single Drilled Hole and $15 Worth of Gear appeared first on WIRED.
Attempted intrusions against any senator aren’t surprising. But they’re a reminder election hacking shouldn’t be a partisan issue. The post Marco Rubio Says Hack Attempts From Russia Targeted Him, Too appeared first on WIRED.
Kaspersky security researchers find missing security safeguards in nine different connected car apps. The post Android Phone Hacks Could Unlock Millions of Cars appeared first on WIRED.
With surveillance hawk Jeff Sessions about to head up Trump’s DOJ, privacy advocates push for a long-overdue bill to lock in digital privacy protections. The post Passing the Email Privacy Act Has Never Been More Urgent appeared first on WIRED.
After four years in prison, Anonymous’ rabblerousing information activist is back with a new plan to restart his radical muckraking. The post Anonymous’ Barrett Brown Is Free—and Ready to Pick New Fights appeared first on WIRED.
Parisa Tabriz and her team of security engineers are using the world’s most popular browser to drag the web towards encryption. The post Google’s Chrome Hackers Are About to Upend Your Idea of Web Security appeared first on WIRED.