Have I been pwned? allows you to search across multiple data breaches to see if your email addresses has been compromised. Great resource to see if your email address show up in … Continue reading Have I been pwned? Check if your email has been compromised in a data breach
What happens when the FBI raids a security researcher? Security researchers stop helping companies fix flaws in their systems. This chilling effect on security researchers was one consequential response over the past … Continue reading Security researchers stop disclosing vulnerabilities after FBI raid on fellow researcher
Keys was convicted of violating America’s terrible Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, a federal computer-crime statute so broad and vague that you’ve probably already violated it several times this year. The CFAA—the … Continue reading Matthew Keys will serve two years for something that was barely a crime. It’s a travesty.
Sepúlveda says he was offered several political jobs in Spain, which he says he turned down because he was too busy. On the question of whether the U.S. presidential campaign is being … Continue reading How to Hack an Election
There’s casual Pirate Bay piracy, and then there’s private torrent trackers: members-only clubs that share the best movie and TV rips among themselves. As you’d expect, they tend to be pretty hardcore … Continue reading Hardcore Pirates Are Reportedly Banning Windows 10
If the WINVote systems weren’t hacked in a past election, he noted in a recent blog post and during a presentation last week at the USENIX security conference, “it was only because … Continue reading Virginia Finally Drops America’s ‘Worst Voting Machines’ | WIRED
Italian company Hacking Team which made software and sold it to such countries as Egypt, Sudan, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Lebanon, and Mongolia which helped those countries spy on, suppress and most … Continue reading Italian Hacking Team Company HACKED! They helped Governments repress (and kill?) people.
Good argument by Anonymous, if governments resort to hacking, and denial of service attacks, then those acts cannot be classified as “terrorist acts”, thank you very much. Continue reading Anonymous responds to GCHQ’s war against them