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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Advises politicians to 'wear gloves.'
Researcher's employer nixes presentation.
Big prizes on offer for product ideas.
Break-outs, open drivers and SDR promised.
Decides digital offence is the best defence.
Taking retro game hacks to extremes, Project Unity combines 15 original consoles in one box.
Crackers need not apply.
ARM-based machine boasts impressive power.
Hacking group announces plans to disband, following scores of website security breaches.
Sony has succumbed to new hacker attacks in Thailand and Japanese.
Square-Enix suffers hacker attack from Anonymous splinter group.
A study commissioned by CPP warns that almost half of UK Wi-Fi networks are insecure.
A new hacker conference - HacKid - aims to teach children the joys of true hacking.
The coder behind the Samy MySpace work has released a ulility which allows users to connect to another computer despite both being behind NAT routers - with potential P2P benefits.
The Pwn2Own contest is under way, and the first day saw Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer 8 all used to penetrate host systems.
Qi Hardware has launched a $99, ultra-portable Linux-based handheld with an almost-full keyboard and the ability to boot custom operating systems - clearly a challenge to hackers.
Pwn2Own - long a staple of the CanSecWest security conference - is putting more than half of its prize fund towards exploits in popular smartphone platforms.
California-based security consultant Christopher Tarnovsky wowed audiences at the Black Hat 2010 conference with a presentation on how he broke the Trusted Platform Module.
Nokia's flagship N900 smartphone - built around the Maemo 5 operating system - has been hacked and made to boot Google's rival Android platform.
An enterprising hacker has successfully forced his Kindle 2 e-book reader to run the ARM port of popular Linux distribution Ubuntu.
A security researcher has announced an open-source distributed computing project which aims to generate a rainbow table for the A5/1 algorithm used in mobile 'phones.
A bug in the way the iPhone handles SMS messages which can lead to remote code execution - first spotted by security pro Charlie Miller - has been patched by Apple.
A Polish hacker has successfully installed a copy of Windows 3.1 on the Nokia N95 Symbian-based handset - complete with emulated mouse support.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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