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Hacking Alert for Small Planes
It is recommended that plane owners ensure they restrict unauthorized physical access to their aircraft until the industry develops safeguards to address the issue.
Jul 30th, 2019
Software Leaves Electoral Systems Ripe for Hacking
The majority of election jurisdictions nationwide use Windows 7 or an older operating system to create ballots, program voting machines, tally votes and report counts.
Jul 15th, 2019
Mystery of NSA Leak Lingers
The arrest followed news of a devastating disclosure of government hacking tools by a mysterious internet group calling itself the Shadow Brokers.
Jul 11th, 2019
Audit Required of Failed FEMA Contracts
One company was formed less than two months before bidding on FEMA's tarp and sheeting contracts, then failed to deliver on the $30M agreement.
Oct 10th, 2018
Contractor Failed to Deliver
A newly created Florida company with an unproven record won more than $30 million in contracts.
Nov 29th, 2017
Cybersecurity Flaw in Heart Devices
Hackers could remotely take control of a person's defibrillator or pacemaker.
Jan 11th, 2017
New Generation of Ransomware Emerges
Last year, 2,453 reports of ransomware hackings to the FBI totaled a reported loss of $24.1 million.
Apr 11th, 2016
FBI May Not Share Hacking Details
Bureau director: 'If we tell Apple, they're going to fix it and we're back where we started.'
Apr 8th, 2016
Apple Puzzled Over FBI iPhone Break
Apple software engineers, and outside experts, remain perplexed over how the FBI broke the digital locks on the phone without Apple's help. It also complicated Apple's job repairing flaws that jeopardize its software.
Mar 30th, 2016
U.S. Hacks iPhone, Ends Legal Battle
The FBI said it used a mysterious method without Apple's help to hack into a California mass shooter's iPhone. Left unanswered, however, were questions about how the sudden development would affect privacy in the future.
Mar 29th, 2016
U.S. Rebuts Apple Claim on Password
Apple said that if the FBI had not changed the iCloud password, its engineers could have helped investigators use a known — and therefore trusted — wireless connection to trick the iPhone.
Mar 11th, 2016
Tech, Security Experts Back Apple
"If the government prevails, then this case will be the first of many requiring companies to degrade the security and to undermine the trust in their products," warns the ACLU.
Mar 4th, 2016