Researchers said Apple has corrected a series iOS zero-day flaws used to infect Egyptian presidential candidate Ahmed Eltantawy's iPhone with Predator spyware.
...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | September 28, 2023
Scientists from Slovak security firm ESET found that half of the used routers its researchers purchased for testing were loaded with sensitive corporate information...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | April 24, 2023
General Bytes reported that over $1.5 million in bitcoin was drained from Internet-accessible wallets via its bitcoin ATMs by hackers that exploited a previously...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | March 27, 2023
New regulations from China's Cyberspace Administration that go into effect Jan. 10, 2023, ban the creation of media using artificial intelligence without watermarks...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | December 15, 2022
The Infinite Conversation website features a nonstop "chat" between artificial intelligence versions of German director Werner Herzog and Slovenian philosopher...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | November 10, 2022
The enactment of the European Union's Digital Markets Act is expected to force big technology platforms to become more transparent and interoperable next year.
...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | October 31, 2022
Researchers at the University of Florida can detect audio deepfakes by measuring acoustic and fluid dynamic distinctions between organic and synthetic voice samples...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | September 21, 2022
Researchers have discovered at least 80 routers in North America and Europe have been infected by a remote access Trojan as part of a larger hacking campaign.
Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | July 7, 2022
Austrian security researcher Martin Herfurt has demonstrated that electric vehicle company Tesla's updated near-field communication key card can be hacked.
Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | June 10, 2022
Security researchers have found that the supposedly hard-to-counterfeit digital driver's licenses in use in New South Wales, Australia, actually can be altered...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | May 25, 2022