iOS 13 jailbreak beta hack demoed by jailbreak developer Luca Todesco. Here are the details on this development.
A new point-of-sale (POS) system hack video shows how to buy a MacBook for just $1 at any large retailer with SAP system installed.
George Hotz today again has is name in the news after his autonomous driving startup Comma.ai launched what is perhaps best described as a toolkit that will allow drivers to better understand what is going on with their cars.
With iOS 11, well at least with beta, you can hack Snapchat on iPhone, sort of anyway. Here are the details.
Comex, a well known jailbreak developer, has hacked Apple Watch to run a web browser on it. He has even released a video to prove it.
Big breaches of security are never fun, but when you're the provider of cloud storage that holds all kinds of personal data, things can get particularly hairy when someone finds a way through. That's the situation Apple finds itself in today, or at least, that's the claim.
The modern day Internet world faces its biggest challenge right now, and users are affected with it - the data security nightmare. Every now and then, successful hackers manage to break through the security measures of a renowned database, exposing along the way the online identities of hundreds of thousands of users of these services. While the targeted companies manage to recover from these attacks over the course of time, users aren’t always so lucky, where most of them are often left wondering whether their critical info was a part of the leak or not. This is where Australian software architect Troy Hunt’s new project comes in.
A new SIM card vulnerability, discovered after a painstaking three year research effort by German cryptographer and security whiz Karsten Nohl, could allow a potential hacker to send premium messages, record phone conversations and even make payments without the permission of the user.
Internet activist group Anonymous stroke once again on Friday after it released 400 megabytes worth of data belonging to ManTech, one of the FBI’s contractors, which is one of the largest security contractors in the world. It now turns out that not even the United States Government is immune from attacks, but we already knew that, didn’t we?
Hacking group Anonymous has broken into Booz Allen Hamilton, a US-based consulting firm that does a significant amount of business with the Pentagon. This has led to roughly 90,000 email logins and passwords belonging to military personnel to be leaked out onto the internet.