Dan Goodin

Ars Technica reporter. Signal number 650-440-4479. The world isn't run by weapons anymore or energy or money. It's run by little 1s and 0s, little bits of data.

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Unrelenting “ad blocker” plasters users with—you guessed it—ads
November 17th, 2019
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What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security
November 15th, 2019
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Breach affecting 1 million was caught only after hacker maxed out target’s storage
November 14th, 2019
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Russian man charged with running money-back-guaranteed criminal marketplacears_ab.settitle(1601205);
November 13th, 2019
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How a turf war and a botched contract landed 2 pentesters in Iowa jail
November 13th, 2019
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Solved: Why in-the-wild Bluekeep exploits are causing patched machines to crash
November 11th, 2019
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One of the world’s most advanced hacking groups debuts new Titanium backdoor
November 8th, 2019
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Members of violent white supremacist website exposed in massive data dump
November 8th, 2019
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Shadow Brokers’ leak of NSA code leads to discovery of new APT hacking groupars_ab.settitle(1597069);
November 5th, 2019
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Actively exploited bug in fully updated Firefox is sending users into a tizzy
November 5th, 2019
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Researchers hack Siri, Alexa, and Google Home by shining lasers at them
November 4th, 2019
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NordVPN users’ passwords exposed in mass credential-stuffing attacks
November 1st, 2019
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Researchers unearth malware that siphoned SMS texts out of telco’s network
October 31st, 2019
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Facebook deletes the accounts of NSO Group workers
October 30th, 2019
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WhatsApp suit says Israeli spyware maker exploited its app to target 1,400 users
October 29th, 2019
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Russia’s Fancy Bear hackers conduct “significant cyberattacks” on anti-doping agencies
October 29th, 2019
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Five months after returning rental car, man still has remote control
October 28th, 2019
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Johannesburg’s network shut down after second attack in 3 months
October 25th, 2019
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Man planted keyloggers in companies’ networks and stole their data
October 24th, 2019
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Republicans storm ultra-secure “SCIF,” some with cell phones blazing [Update]
October 23rd, 2019
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Hackers steal secret crypto keys for NordVPN. Here’s what we know so far
October 21st, 2019
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Alexa and Google Home abused to eavesdrop and phish passwords
October 20th, 2019
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Unpatched Linux bug may open devices to serious attacks over Wi-Fi
October 17th, 2019
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Chrome rolls out new protections preventing password and data theft
October 17th, 2019
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Data for a whopping 26 million stolen payment cards leaked in hack of fraud bazaar
October 15th, 2019
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Activists’ phones targeted by one of the world’s most advanced spyware apps
October 12th, 2019
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Attackers exploit an iTunes zeroday to install ransomware
October 10th, 2019
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Forum cracks the vintage passwords of Ken Thompson and other Unix pioneers
October 10th, 2019
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Twitter transgression proves why its flawed 2FA system is such a privacy trap
October 9th, 2019
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Hospitals that are turning away patients reportedly pay ransomware attackersars_ab.settitle(1581299);
October 7th, 2019
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Microsoft says Iranian hackers tried to hack a US presidential campaign
October 4th, 2019
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Attackers exploit 0-day vulnerability that gives full control of Android phones
October 4th, 2019
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Former Yahoo engineer admits using his access to steal users’ sexual images
October 1st, 2019
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Ransomware forces 3 hospitals to turn away all but the most critical patients
October 1st, 2019
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Webkit zero-day exploit besieges Mac and iOS users with malvertising redirects
September 30th, 2019
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Developer of Checkm8 explains why iDevice jailbreak exploit is a game changer
September 28th, 2019
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DoorDash hack spills loads of data for 4.9 million people
September 26th, 2019
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Vimeo sued for allegedly collecting facial biometrics without consentars_ab.settitle(1575655);
September 26th, 2019
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No, it wasn’t a virus; it was Chrome that stopped Macs from booting
September 26th, 2019
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High-severity vulnerability in vBulletin is being actively exploited
September 25th, 2019
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Inside the campaign that tried to compromise Tibetans’ iOS and Android phones
September 25th, 2019
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Russian national confesses to biggest bank hack in US history
September 24th, 2019
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IE zero-day under active attack gets emergency patch
September 23rd, 2019
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Busy North Korean hackers have new malware to target ATMsars_ab.settitle(1573283);
September 23rd, 2019
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Facebook suspends tens of thousands of apps in ongoing privacy investigation
September 21st, 2019
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iOS 13 ships with known lockscreen bypass flaw that exposes contacts
September 20th, 2019
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Payment card thieves hack Click2Gov bill paying portals in 8 cities
September 20th, 2019
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World’s most destructive botnet returns with stolen passwords and email in tow
September 19th, 2019
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Advanced hackers are infecting IT providers in hopes of hitting their customers
September 18th, 2019
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Protocol found in webcams and DVRs is fueling a new round of big DDoSes
September 18th, 2019
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