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The so-called unlimited cash out operations used hacked debit cards with withdrawal limits removed to make ATMs spew money. Read the rest...

Hackers grounded 10 flights by Polish airline LOT and delayed another 12 on Sunday when they managed to access the computer system responsible for issuing flight plans See also: British Airways confirms thousands of frequent-flyer accounts hacked Mor...

The original New York Times story on the St. Louis Cardinals hacking scandal gives a broad outline of what happened, but as it describes an investigation in process, it is disappointingly light on crucial details like who perpetrated the hacking, whe...

By now pretty much every news outlet has reported or commented on the bombshell New York Times story that lit up the sports world today about an FBI investigation into the alleged hacking of the Houston Astros player personnel database.Read more...

Ever since ur-blogger Andrew Sullivan retired from blogging in February, his fans and admirers (“SullyHeads,” as they’re not known) have wondered, “what’s Andrew Sullivan up to, right now?” and “what does Andrew Sullivan think about wha...

Our field requires ethical frameworks we accept, instead of rules that remain technically unbroken while we hackers violate their spirit with as much ingenuity as we can muster. Read the rest...

About a year and a half ago, I discovered this $12 “Gongkai” cell phone (pictured above) in the markets of Shenzhen, China. My most striking impression was that Chinese entrepreneurs had relatively unfettered access to cutting-edge technology, en...