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Critical Windows 10 vulnerability used to Rickroll the NSA and Github
2 days ago by zyxzevn to /s/Hacking from arstechnica.com
Exploit That Gives Remote Access Affects ~200 Million Cable Modems | Ars Technica
5 days ago by DeWhoDeWho to /s/Security from arstechnica.com
US Government-funded Android phones come preinstalled with unremovable malware: Phones were sold to low-income people under the FCC's Lifeline Assistance program.
9 days ago by madazzahatter808 to /s/news from arstechnica.com
Apple Targets Jailbreaking in Lawsuit Against iOS Virtualization Company | Ars Technica
15 days ago by DeWhoDeWho to /s/Apple from arstechnica.com
Russia bans Pornhub, YouPorn—tells citizens to “meet someone in real life” (in 2016)
1 month ago by useless_aether to /s/whatever from arstechnica.com
"Researchers hack Siri, Alexa, and Google Home by shining lasers at them"
1 month ago by Robin to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
Old story. worth a reveiw. If I may. Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia invents private antennas that connect by internet to you ending cables rein. Decided bad law. Or give aways to power? Either way we gave up on monopolies being controlled. 2014.
1 month ago by tyrdhead to /s/Internet from arstechnica.com
Official Monero website is hacked to deliver currency-stealing malware
1 month ago by Mnemonic to /s/Internet from arstechnica.com
FBI drafted Interpol resolution calling for ban on end-to-end encryption
2 months ago by Mnemonic to /s/Internet from arstechnica.com
AT&T and other carriers want to hide detailed 5G maps from FCC and public
3 months ago by Mnemonic to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
In flip-flop, Apple bans app used by Hong Kong protestors
3 months ago by Mnemonic to /s/Internet from arstechnica.com
Splitting water to make cement could clean up a dirty industry. Cement production is about 8% of CO2 emissions.
4 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from arstechnica.com
Samsung launches its first 5G-integrated CPU, using an 8nm process.
4 months ago by Timmy to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
Fossilized Teeth of Ice Age Predators Yield Clues to Why Certain Species Survived
5 months ago by Kangbanger to /s/AncientHistory from arstechnica.com
New York passes its Green New Deal - emphasis on the green part - massive offshore wind push
6 months ago by EndlessSunflowers to /s/WayOfTheBern from arstechnica.com
My browser, the spy: How extensions slurped up browsing histories from 4M users
6 months ago by Mnemonic to /s/Internet from arstechnica.com
Office 365 declared illegal in German schools due to privacy risks
6 months ago by Mnemonic to /s/privacy from arstechnica.com
Humans may have reached Europe by 210,000 years ago: By 40,000 years later, Neanderthals had taken over the site.
6 months ago by salvia_d to /s/conspiracy from arstechnica.com
Amazon confirms it keeps your Alexa recordings basically forever.
6 months ago by Timmy to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
Are these the first pictures of the “Switch Mini”?
7 months ago by Timmy to /s/Gaming from arstechnica.com
"GPS outage would cost $1 billion per day"...
7 months ago by Robin to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
One dead after fecal transplant gone wrong, FDA warns
7 months ago by Timmy to /s/Health from arstechnica.com
Creative thinking: Researchers propose solar methanol island using ocean CO₂. Desalination, electrolysis, CO2 capture, methanol synthesis: all running on solar panels.
7 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Solar from arstechnica.com
238 Google Play apps with >440 million installs made phones nearly unusable
7 months ago by Timmy to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
NASA’s full Artemis plan revealed: 37 launches and a lunar outpost
8 months ago by roc to /s/space from arstechnica.com
FCC says carriers failed Florida after hurricane—but lets them off the hook
8 months ago by Timmy to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
The hydrogen fuel strategy behind Nikola’s truck dream. Water electrolysis, not methane reformation, will drive heavy-duty refueling plan.
9 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from arstechnica.com
Electrical jolts to brain restored memory of elderly to that of 20-year-old
9 months ago by useless_aether to /s/science from arstechnica.com
Complete Wierdness: UPS to deliver vaccine nurses to your door
9 months ago by FormosaOolong to /s/Health from arstechnica.com
Florida utility to close natural gas plants, build massive solar-powered battery, to be the largest in the world.
9 months ago by Timmy to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
Scientists think they’ve solved one mystery of Easter Island’s statues
10 months ago by Vigte to /s/history from arstechnica.com
Elon Musk’s latest defense: Tesla says my tweets were kosher. ... In other news a Rabbi blesses Musk's tweets.
10 months ago by Timmy to /s/whatever from arstechnica.com
FCC has to pay journalist $43,000 after hiding net neutrality records
10 months ago by Vigte to /s/news from arstechnica.com
Cable lobby seeks better reputation by dropping “cable” from its name
10 months ago by Farseli to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
New Jersey becomes second state to ban cashless shops and restaurants
10 months ago by useless_aether to /s/privacy from arstechnica.com
Vladimir Putin signs sweeping Internet-censorship bills
10 months ago by useless_aether to /s/censorship from arstechnica.com
Firefox taking a hard line against noisy video, banning it from autoplaying
11 months ago by Orangutan to /s/whatever from arstechnica.com
More mysterious brain injuries in Cuba; Canada halves staff after new case
11 months ago by i_cansmellthat to /s/WorldNews from arstechnica.com
DHS: Multiple US gov domains hit in serious DNS hijacking wave
11 months ago by TheWebOfSlime to /s/news from arstechnica.com
Killing in the name of: The US Army and video games. The collaboration between the US military and Video Game Industry to Propagandize for War and send young men to their deaths or be maimed in Wars of Aggression for Corporate Profits
1 year ago by useless_aether to /s/propaganda from arstechnica.com
Feds won’t build license plate database—they just want access to one
1 year ago by useless_aether to /s/privacy from arstechnica.com
Mining co. says first autonomous freight train network fully operational
1 year ago by useless_aether to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
After 26 straight successes, SpaceX fails to land Falcon 9
1 year ago by bablarb to /s/WorldNews from arstechnica.com
It took seven miles to pull over a Tesla with a seemingly asleep driver
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
Sennheiser discloses monumental blunder that cripples HTTPS on PCs and Macs
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/Internet from arstechnica.com
Facebook pondered, for a time, selling access to user data
Original Command & Conquer devs will remaster series’ first games in one package
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/Gaming from arstechnica.com
Police decrypt 258,000 messages after breaking pricey IronChat crypto app
The Dawn spacecraft exploring the asteroid belt has gone dark
1 year ago by allie to /s/science from arstechnica.com
This is fine: IBM acquires Red Hat
1 year ago by fred_red_beans to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
Elusive trigger for cooling 13,000 years ago might have been found
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/YoungerDryas from arstechnica.com
Microsoft’s problem isn’t how often it updates Windows—it’s how it develops it
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/SYSADMIN from arstechnica.com
Internet Relay Chat turns 30—and we remember how it changed our lives [Like the Saidit Chat \o/]
If Supermicro boards were so bug-ridden, why would hackers ever need implants?
Mega-rich Sackler family behind opioid crisis has second, secret opioid company
1 year ago by magnora7 to /s/corruption from arstechnica.com
Man who threatened to kill Ajit Pai’s children pleads guilty, faces prison
1 year ago by magnora7 to /s/news from arstechnica.com
Elon Musk’s mystery Tesla buyout funder is Saudi Arabia
1 year ago by magnora7 to /s/technology from arstechnica.com
Dark Web vendor “OxyMonster” turns out to be a Frenchman with luscious beard - Gal Vallerius and his beard now face 20 years in prison.
1 year ago by r721 to /s/WorldNews from arstechnica.com
How did hacker Adrian Lamo die? Medical examiner couldn’t figure it out - Examiners found a sticker on his thigh identifying him with "Project Vigilant."
1 year ago by r721 to /s/conspiracy from arstechnica.com
The original Doom, one of 64 Objects that shaped video game history - excerpt from the Strong Museum of Play's thorough video game history book
1 year ago by r721 to /s/Gaming from arstechnica.com
Hackers infect 500,000 consumer routers all over the world with malware
1 year ago by d3rr to /s/technology from arstechnica.com