DARPA is looking for people to play some special games that will help find vulnerabilities in software.
AI company Vicarious claims it has created an algorithm that can crack CAPTCHA security on the web.
The first step is blowing on the car, followed by repeatedly slamming it into an NES console.
Horrifyingly, redirecting or crashing the hijacked plane is well within this app's capability.
Hacking attacks from China have made headlines recently and a group of investigators believe the military may be behind the activities.
Company reports breach in security was "extremely sophisticated"
Researchers at Virginia Tech have asserted that the LTE signal for an area as wide as a city could be disrupted with radio equipment that costs as little as $650. The researchers go on to say that LTE is especially vulnerable to disruption when compared to older 2G and 3G networks.
I grew up playing Zelda. A Link to the Past doubled as my favorite storybook, and I spent my time away from the game dreaming about what it'd be like to adventure like Link — or "Kevin," as the game lets you pick your own name. The character was mine, and now a father is going to great lengths to ensure his daughter can have that same experience.
What happens if you give a thousand Motorola Zoom tablet PCs to Ethiopian kids who have never even seen a printed word? Within five months, they'll start teaching themselves English while circumventing the security on your OS to customize settings and activate disabled hardware. Whoa.
Obviously, hacking can be a major problem. Gross amounts of money have been spent in an attempt to prevent hacking, and Internet security remains an important issue. Still, it happens. On Friday, Reuters was hacked and fake stories were posted concerning Syria.