The Register: We did NAT see that coming

Business Insider: Legendary hacker's advice to today's young hackers

New York Times: Why Is This Chocolate Shimmering Like a Rainbow?

The Takeout: Shiny rainbow chocolate remains a beautiful mystery

C-Suite Quarterly: 40 Under 40

New York Times: Locking More Than the Doors as Cars Become Computers on Wheels

NPR: This Gray Hat Hacker Hacks Into Your Car To Prove A Point

VICE: Man Versus Machine (Op-Ed)

WIRED: Wickedly Clever USB Stick Installs a Backdoor on Locked PCs

Gizmodo: This $5 Device Can Take Over a Computer—Even If It's Locked

TechCrunch: The $5 PoisonTap quickly, completely hijacks even a locked computer’s internet

Ars Technica: Meet PoisonTap, the $5 tool that ransacks password-protected computers

Hackaday: PoisonTap makes raspberry pi zero exploit locked computers

Beyond Bad USB: Poisontap takes over your sleeping computer with a $5 USB stick

BBC: $5 'Poison Tap' hacks locked computers

The Register: PoisonTap fools your PC into thinking the whole internet lives in an rPi

Popular Mechanics: This $5 Device Can Hack Into Your Computer Even If It's Locked

Forbes: This $5 Device Can Hack Into Your Computer Even If It's Locked

TechCrunch: Warning: Do not let a drone equipped with terrifying robo-scissors cut your hair

WIRED: Why All Companies Should Hire Hackers

The Verge: The Mr. Robot Hack Report: MagSpoof

TechCrunch: Do not let a drone equipped with terrifying robo-scissors cut your hair

Threatpost: FBI Mum on Real-World KeySweeper Attacks

Digital Trends: FBI finally warns private business sector about snooping KeySweeper

Ars Technica: Beware of keystroke loggers disguised as USB phone chargers, FBI warns

Threatpost: Six Things To Watch For In 2016

WIRED: The Greatest Hits of Samy Kamkar

SCMagazine: Samy Kamkar's latest trick, spoofing canceled Amex cards

Hacker makes canceled American Express card work again

Boing Boing: Tiny open-source gadget simulates replacement Amex cards, disables chip-and-PIN

PC World: This gizmo knows your Amex number before you've received your new card

WIRED: A $10 Tool Can Guess (And Steal) Your Next Credit Card Number

Splinter: Samy Kamkar Turning Hackers Into Heroes

VICE/Motherboard: The MySpace Worm that Changed the Internet Forever

Fox News: Are bounty-hunting hackers the key to car security?

Gizmodo: Your Car Can Be Hacked. So What Are Auto-Makers Doing About It?

Engadget: OwnStar car hacker can remotely unlock BMWs, Benz and Chrysler

Hollywood Reporter: Hackers Reveal How They Could Steal Cars

MAKE: Anatomy of the RollJam Wireless Car Hack

TechCrunch: A $30 Dongle Can Unlock Your Car And Garage Remotely

Boing Boing: Cheap DIY gadget can open most keyless car doors, garages

Tom's Hardware: More Car Hacks From DefCon 23

Road and Track: Hacker's $30 Device Unlocks Just About Any Keyless Entry Car

Gizmodo: $32 Worth of Electronics Can Open Almost Any Keyless Car Door or Garage

Engadget: This $30 device defeats almost any keyless car or garage door

CNBC: This tiny device can hack a car's entry system

DailyMail: The $30 'universal remote' for cars that could give hackers access to your vehicle in seconds and even open your garage door

Network World: $32 RollJam Device can break into most cars and garage doors

The Register: Hack a garage and the car inside with a child's toy and a few chips

Bloomberg: How to Wirelessly Steal Cars

WIRED: This Hacker’s Tiny Device Unlocks Cars And Opens Garages

TechInsider: A hacker made a $30 gadget that can unlock many cars that have keyless entry

Business Insider: A hacker made a $30 gadget that can unlock many cars that have keyless entry

Motherboard/VICE: Unlock Almost Any Car and Garage Door With This $30 Device

Ars Technica: Meet RollJam, the $30 device that jimmies car and garage doors

Forbes: RollJam: This $50 'Universal Remote' Unlocks All Kinds Of Car Doors

Fox News: Hacker's RollJam device can steal your car keys, open your garage

Komando: A $32 hacker gadget opens almost any car or garage door

Ask Men: RollJam Device Works As "Universal Remote" For Car Doors

Popular Science: Thanks to this device, stealing your car has never been easier

Popular Science: Car hacker working with gm to fix onstar vulnerabilities

Road and Track: This Homemade Device Can Remotely Hack Any OnStar-Equipped Car

TechInsider: A hacker has a way to almost completely control a GM car and it only costs $100

WIRED: This Gadget Hacks GM Cars to Locate, Unlock, and Start Them

WIRED: Patch Your OnStar iOS App to Avoid Getting Your Car Hacked

Venture Beat: Researcher says he can hack GM’s OnStar app, open vehicle, start engine

Threatpost: OwnStar Device Can Remotely Locate, Unlock, and Start GM Cars

Business Insider: The GM OnStar hack still isn't completely fixed

Mashable: Hacker discovers major vulnerability in GM cars, hijacks vehicle functions

Make: Hacker Defeats a Master Combo Lock in Under Eight Tries

Slashdot: Opening Fixed-Code Garage Doors With a Toy In 10 Seconds

Tom's Guide: Hacked Child's Toy Opens Your Garage Door in Seconds

WIRED: This hacked kids toy opens garage doors in seconds

Boing Boing: Open garage-doors in less than a minute with a hacked kid's toy

Threatpost: Using a Toy to Open a Fixed-Code Garage Door in 10 Seconds

Popular Mechanics: A Hacked Kids Toy Could Open Your Garage Door

VICE: This Kids' Toy Can Hack Garage Doors in Seconds

Gizmodo: You Can Hack a Children's Toy to Open Random Garage Doors

TechCrunch: This Robot Cracks Open Combination Locks In Seconds

Gizmodo: Crack a Combination Lock In 30 Seconds With This 3D-Printed Contraption

WIRED: This Little 3-D Printed Robot Cracks Combination Locks In 30 Seconds

Atmel: This Arduino-based device can crack a Master Lock in under 30 seconds

DailyMail: Hacker 3D prints gadget that can crack a combination lock in 30 SECONDS

The Economist: Copping a 'copter: Rogue Drones

Motherboard/VICE: Here’s How to Break Open a Master Lock In Two Minutes

Business Insider: Hacker Claims to Crack Master Lock Combos Under Two Minutes

Gizmodo: The Trick to Cracking a Master Combo Lock in 8 Tries or Fewer

Boing Boing: Anyone can open a Master Lock padlock in under two minutes

Popular Mechanics: Here's How to Crack a Master Lock in Just 8 Tries

Lifehacker: This Calculator Helps You Crack Any Master Combination Lock in 8 Tries

Reuters: Hacker claims to crack Master Lock combos under two minutes

Ars Technica: How to crack any Master combo lock

Fortune: 6 notorious hackers and their second careers

DailyMail: The £6 'spy box' that tracks EVERYTHING you type

TechCrunch: This Fake Phone Charger Is Actually Recording Every Key You Type

Telegraph: The £6 box which spies on everything you type

Ars Technica: Meet KeySweeper, the $10 USB charger that steals MS keyboard strokes

Slashdot: Wireless Keylogger Masquerades as USB Phone Charger

ZDNet: A $10 USB charger with built-in wireless keylogger means more security headaches

Slashgear: Arduino-based KeySweeper charger sniffs MS wireless keyboards

Business Insider: Hackers Can Use A $10 Wall Charger To Intercept Anything Typed On Wireless Microsoft Keyboards

Tom's Guide: USB Charger Steals Microsoft Keystrokes

Threatpost: How a $10 USB Charger Can Record Your Keystrokes Over the Air

Ubergizmo: This USB Phone Charger Can Sniff Out Keystrokes From Wireless Keyboards

Atmel: A $10 USB charger can record your keystrokes wirelessly

The Hacker News: KeySweeper - Arduino-based Keylogger for Wireless Keyboards

SC Magazine: Researcher builds $10 spy tool disguised as wall charger

VentureBeat: this USB wall charger secretly logs your keystrokes

The Register: This $10 phone charger will wirelessly keylog your boss

Boing Boing: creepy keystroke logger camouflaged as USB charger

Boing Boing: Horrifying proof-of-concept USB attack

Gizmodo: Watching a USB Hack in Action Makes Me Never Want to Leave My Computer

TechCrunch: This Little USB Necklace Hacks Your Computer In No Time Flat

VICE: Motherboard: All the Ways Your Phone Can Be Hacked

History Channel: America's Book of Secrets: Big Brother

Entrepreneur: Drones That Attack Other Drones

NBC: Could Prime Air Drones Be Hacked?

Huffington Post: SkyJack Drones Can Hack Other Drones

Business Insider: Watch this Drone Hunt and Hack Other Drones

RT: SkyJack: Hacker-Drone that can wirelessly hijack drones

TechCrunch: Infamous Hacker Creates SkyJack to Hack Drones

Engadget: Raspberry Pi-equipped AR Drone can hijack other drones

Gizmodo: SkyJack Lets You Hunt Down and Hack Other Drones

WIRED: Flying hacker contraption hunts other drones

PCMag: SkyJack Software Finds and Hijacks Drones

VICE/Motherboard: How to Raise Your Own Zombie Drone Army

Discovery: Drone Hijacks Others In Air, Makes Them Zombies

BBC: Parrot drones vulnerable to flying attack

Ars Technica: Flying hacker contraption hunts other drones

Slashdot: How to hijack a drone for $400 in less than an hour

Threatpost: How to SkyJack a Drone in an Hour

Network World: Amazon's Nightmare: Software Hijacks Drones

SlashGear: SkyJack, based on Raspberry Pi, is a Hijacking Drone

CNET: Stanford researcher exposes Microsoft's Wi-Fi database

CNET: Microsoft's Web map exposes phone, PC locations

CNET: Researchers probe Google's geolocation database

RT: Privacy Issues in the US

CNET: Google curbs Web map exposing phone locations

LA Times: Hacker attacks show vulnerability of cloud computing

CNET: Google's Web mapping can track your phone

Wall Street Journal: Jobs Tries to Calm iPhone Imbroglio

The Register: Google sued over Android location data

Wall Street Journal: The ID Android Uses in Collecting Location

Technorati: Apple Tracks You, Android Tracks You. Who to Believe?

Tom's Guide: Google and Microsoft Tracking Your Location Too

Huffington Post: Google's Wi-Fi Database Knows Your Location

USA Today: Android location logging sparks privacy concerns

Huffington Post: Google Is Tracking Android Users' Location Data

CNET: Android data tied to users? Some say yes

Gizmodo: Wi-Fi Location Data Google Collects From Your Phone

NBC Nightly News: Privacy disclosures prompt fears of iTracker

NPR: Google, Too, Is Collecting Location Information From Phones

The Register: Google location tracking can invade privacy

The Guardian: Phones building vast databases for Google Apple

Ars Technica: Android phones keep location cache

MSNBC: Apple, Google tap phone location data

PC Magazine: Apple's iPhone Tracking

USA Today: Apple, Google collecting location data on users

Washington Post: The Circuit: iPhone data

Reuters: Apple, Google tap phone location data

CNET: E-mail security: Back on the front burner

Examiner: Google responds to location tracking furball

CNET: How police have obtained iPhone, iPad tracking logs

Wall Street Journal: Apple, Google Receive Phone Users' Locations

Forbes: Discover work email addresses with Peepmail

Fox News: Apple, Google Receive Phone Users' Locations

MSNBC: Discover others' work email addresses with Peepmail

Atlantic: Peepmail Finds Email Addresses Not Publicly Available

Slate: Countdown to Armageddon

Lifehacker: Peepmail Finds People's Email Addresses at Businesses

Wall Street Journal: Tool Shows Vulnerability of Email Addresses

NPR: How Science and Technology Influence Language

Wall Street Journal: Evercookies and Fingerprinting

Slashdot: Nevercookie Eats Evercookie

Slashdot: Unkillable Evercookie Killed ... Sometimes

The Economist: The cookie that never crumbles

Fast Company: Beware the Evercookie

CNBC: New Web Code Draws Concern Over Risks to Privacy

New York Times: Web Code Sees What Users Do Online

Slashdot: Geolocation XSS Tracker Proof of Concept

reddit: Find anyone's physical address (1600+ reddits)

The Register: Uber-zombie cookie give us the fear

Ars Technica: Zombie Cookie Wars

Slashdot: Introducing the Invulnerable Evercookie

MSNBC: Evercookie is one cookie you don't want to bite

PC World: The Cookie That Doesn’t Crumble

reddit: Samy's evercookie (1000+ reddits)

PC World: After Google Incident, Wi-Fi Data Collection Goes on

The Register: Hack uses Google Street View data to stalk its victims

Huffington Post: Web attack knows where you live

BBC: Web attack knows where you live

Slashdot: Using XSS and Google To Find Physical Location

CNET: On iPhone, beware of that ATT Wi-Fi hot spot

Bit-Tech: Hacker releases NAT traversal tool

Softpedia: Samy Worm Author Releases End-to-End NAT Traversal Tool

H Online: PHP blunders with random numbers

reddit: pwnat - NAT-to-NAT communication (1000+ reddits)

MITM iPhone's PhotoSwap: How To Steal Hot Pics Of Chicks

The Register: Hacker pierces hardware firewalls with web page

The Register: Hacker pilfers browser GPS location via router attack

The Register: Contest seeks the most diminutive XSS worm

Washington Post: Samy Worm Creator

ABC News: MySpace Hacker Tells His Story

PC World: Is Web 2.0 Safe?

Washington Post: As Web 2.0 evolves, security becomes an issue

PC World: Web 2.0 Security Seriously Flawed

Forbes: How To Hack MySpace

Slashdot: MySpace Worm Creator

Slashdot: Top 10 Web 2.0 Attack Vectors

Slashdot: XSS Vulnerabilities Reviewed and Re-Classified

The Guardian: Ajax prepares for battle on the dark side

Top 10 Web Moments of 2005

ZDNet: Samy opens new front in worm war

The Register: Web 2.0 worm downs MySpace

ComputerWorld: Teen uses worm to boost ratings on

Slashdot: Cross-Site Scripting Worm Floods MySpace

Google Blogoscoped interview: Samy, Their Hero

WebProNews: When In Hacker Doubt, Have A Burrito

Betanews interview: Cross-Site Scripting Worm Hits MySpace

Slashdot: First Ever Secure [Encrypted] IRC Network