iOS vs Desktop Security
Great explanation from Matthew about the large attack surface presented by a modern desktop machine, and how it compares to mobile devices that were built with security and limited application power in mind. The piece can hopefully explain to the layuser some of the mindfulness that's needed to remain secure. Read More ›

Kaby Lake CPUs
Intel's Kaby Lake CPUs were 'officially' launched today. Kaby Lake is a marked change from Intel's old Tick/Tock release schedule. Read More ›

South Carolina Ransomware
Government sanctioned and mandated ransomware, great. Read More ›

Peeqo The GIF Bot
This is an amazing DIY project from abhi3188 on Reddit. Read More ›

Off Doesn't Mean OFF › Shazam is always listening
Patrick Wardle's reversal of Shazam's code. Read More ›

Note 7 is dead
Too Late
Great short story from Reddit's r/WritingPrompts Read More ›

Signal Subpoena
Fortunately, Open Whisper Systems does things right. They use end-to-end encryption and log as little information as possible. Read More ›

WhatsApp Gets Zucked
Glad I never started using Whatsapp, even after they went encrypted by default. Read More ›

NBC Olympics
As a part of the millenial generation, I, like many of my peers do not watch traditional broadcast television. I am not merely a cord cutter, I am a 'cord never'. At no point in my adult life have I had cable or satellite service. Hell, I haven't even had an antenna for the past 5 years. Read More ›

The Mille
From Alex Roy's series on The Drive about his experience at the Mille Miglia, a 1,000 mile road rally for classic cars. Read More ›

The Pesky 5th Amendment Problem
So apparently the punishment these for refusing to have your 5th amendment rights violated is indefinite imprisonment. Read More ›

Lastpass Logo Fail
As part of its acquisition by LogMeIn, Lastpass unveiled a new logo today. Read More ›

A Terrifying Piece of Paper
Brian Krebs' PayPal Account Compromised Again
The bottom line is that no amount of good passwords and out-of-band security is a match for a determined hacker and poor company policies. Read More ›

Zeobit exposes 13 million users' data