traggett + hacking   35

I’m harvesting credit card numbers and passwords from your site. Here’s how.
It's still far too easy to be insecure. Especially node. Thinking about build your own vs using plugins.
hacking  web  javascript  node 
january 2018 by traggett
Target="_blank" - the most underestimated vulnerability ever
You can change the old tab location in the background and replace with e.g. a phishing site. Not good.
hacking  javascript  web 
november 2017 by traggett
Fooling Neural Networks in the Physical World with 3D Adversarial Objects · labsix
This is very bad for image classifiers, until we work out how to fix it. Turtle = rifle is pretty bad.
ai  hacking 
november 2017 by traggett
Programmable liquid metal shapes
Using smart control to move a liquid metal along a path to show e.g. characters
hacking  programming  liquids 
october 2017 by traggett
How Apple put an end to iOS jailbreaking
Apple creating a narrow pass to persist jailbreaks. Clever.
hacking  apple  boot 
october 2017 by traggett
CS4G Network Simulator
Learn to network and how to spoof packets as a hacker.
hacking  network 
august 2017 by traggett
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Apps with ultrasonic beacons are out there in the wild. Mostly Android of course. Used for advertising of course.
privacy  hacking  advertising 
august 2017 by traggett
How fast will identity thieves use stolen info? | Consumer Information
Nine minutes from credentials public to hack attempt. Crazy fast.
hacking  research 
june 2017 by traggett
The Threat |
Interesting interview with a security researcher but ultimately nothing super new in there.
hacking  privacy 
may 2017 by traggett
Pulling down the Zeus botnet
Great piece on how botnets really work.
hacking  bots 
march 2017 by traggett
Why American Farmers Are Hacking Their Tractors With Ukrainian Firmware - Motherboard
Nutty that you can't fix a tractor any more. And that people are using Ukranian hacks to get around it.
economics  legislation  vehicles  hacking 
march 2017 by traggett
How Amazon customer service was the weak link that spilled my data | Ars Technica UK
Even when doing everything right, an Amazon account is all it takes to get breached.
hacking  phishing  social  engineering 
january 2016 by traggett
Anonymous Takes Down 5,500 ISIS Accounts – 24 Hours After ISIS Called them “Idiots” | The Mind Unleashed
Paris, France – The Anonymous hacking collective has reportedly taken down over 5,500 Twitter accounts purported to belong to Islamic State members…
daesh  hacking 
november 2015 by traggett

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