Have you ever wanted to getaway and escape your environment in a remote area, without having to give up Internet access? Well, it looks like Facebook is developing a drone that could provide high-speed internet access to remote areas of the world.
Bringing down the Internet seemed like a task that hackers can only dream about. However, nowadays it seems like hackers are getting closer to dangerous attacks like one “lone-wolf hacker” who could exploit a security flaw with a critical bug and bring down parts of the Internet.
Every automobile company has been trying their best to pander to the publics cries for increased technology and support for mobile devices, however, while there is new technology being put into cars there are hackers trying to figure out a way to hack into vehicles remotely. A new report is showing that there is a gadget that can hack GM cars…
When everyday PC users hear the words hack a flurry of worry sets it because they are instantly concerned as to whether their personal information has been stolen. While there is still much cause to worry about these hacks, it looks like government’s intelligence might also want to start worrying about the potential dangers.
Recently, companies have been giving away valuable source code to non-profit organizations for no cost, but not because they’ve mounted their moral high horse. In fact, open source projects are the way of the future.
Malware developers are getting smarter at what they do as the new software called Hammertoss has managed to change the way hackers can steal your information, by mimicking regular computer use.
A huge hack on the Anthem health insurance company left the companies insured open to potentially big dangers, including anyone who classifies as a government worker. What is more dangerous, is the fact that it’s not the first time Black Vine has been successful with such hacks.
Tech companies across all sectors are looking to move past algorithms alone to add a human side via curation to their products, says Time.
Android users may want to be on alert as a new report reveals that their devices can be hacked with a text, due to a massive security flaw in the phones software.
Australia was one of the countries that were reportedly slacking when it came to cyber security protection and now after a recent WikiLeaks publication, the country has been brought further into the Government Surveillance and cyber security discussion. Hacking Team’s emails were leaked by WikiLeaks and showed that Australian companies were trying to sell law enforcement as well as the…