Tweet Passwords and login details belonging to the United Nations have been published on the internet by a hacking group who believe that the UN is guilty of corruption.
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Tweet At the USENIX Security Symposium last week, researchers Keaton Mowery, Sarah Meiklejohn and Stefan Savage from the University of California at San Diego presented their paper “Heat of the Moment: Characterizing the Ef?cacy of Thermal Camera-Based Attacks.” Inspired by previous research on safecracking by Micha? Zalewski, they thought it would be easier for a
Tweet At the DefCon hacker conferencethis weekend in Las Vegas, a team from Facebook has been making the rounds and delivering an unusual message: Please hack us. We’ll pay you for it. The team, led by Facebook’s Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan, is promoting the company’s new “bug bounty program,” which pays researchers to report
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