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It was a huge wake-up call for the cybersecurity community: Weak security could have deadly consequences. In 2011, Jay Radcliffe took the stage at Black Hat USA to present deeply personal, and frightening, news — insulin pumps, like the exact one he wore, could be hacked and used to harm or kill. The implications of […]

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Whenever I am at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, I always check out the capsule hotel and debate whether to take a rest in one of those mini pods. To date, I haven’t pulled the trigger, but when I saw a presentation at this year’s Black Hat called Hacking a Capsule Hotel — Ghosts in the Bedroom, […]

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“I need a site hacker for $2,000,” “Break this site for $10K,” “Can you collect information from our competitors’ websites?” or “Can you delete reviews? Budget $300.” Posts like these, in which individuals try to hire black hats, have flooded some of the most active hacking forums on the dark web. Most such messages are […]

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