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At this year’s Black Hat hacker conference in Las Vegas, attention turns from defense to offense.
Instead of blocking attacks, a startup distracts attackers with false information.
Experts find way to modify controls within Amazon’s cloud service, but the hole is quickly plugged.
In the wake of rising scam reports, the company has launched new protective measures and released statistics on attacks.
The accelerometers on many phones are sensitive enough to allow surveillance via vibrations, say researchers.
A startup says technology that lets webcams read credit-card details will make transactions easier and more secure.
A shadowy industry lets spammers and other cybercriminals pay their way into your computer.
Recent infighting has done little to explain how Anonymous operates—or what drives it.
Searches for images of the happy couple may lead to viruses, thanks to hackers who increasingly harness popular search terms.