Can your car be hacked? From brakes to GPS, a look at what's vulnerable Digital Trends Having a hacker charge a carbon fiber toilet seat to your Visa card is inconvenient, but what if they decide that your car would function better without brakes?
[Scott Driscoll] sent us a link to his Bitcoin explanation a couple of weeks ago. We glanced at it but moved on rather quickly. It's been popping up here and there and we finally gave it the time it deserved.
Viber hacking appears to extend to app's App Store description 9 to 5 Mac Last week, we noted that popular communications app Viber was hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army, which led to aspects of Viber's website being defaced with the message...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Three months after a team of international law enforcement officials raided the digital currency firm Liberty Reserve, cyber experts say criminals are increasingly turning to another...
Hacking Insulin Pumps And Other Medical Devices - Reality Not Fiction Forbes One of the briefings at Black Hat this year was a session on how vulnerable medical devices are to cyber attack, given by Jay Radcliff.
Car hacking code released at Defcon CNET (blog) Car hacking code released at Defcon. Car computer hacking hit the gas on the first morning of Defcon 21, as hackers revealed how they took over two of the most popular cars in America.
His friends know [gbg] as an aficionado of just about anything with a 6502 processor in it. He's also interested in bitcoins. A while back, a friend asked if it would be possible to mine bitcoins with an old Nintendo Entertainment System.