Subscribe to the Magazine
Give a Gift Subscription
Buy Back Issues
Current Issue Contents
New York Magazine
Displaying all articles tagged:
Who Is Attacking the Companies That Maintain the Internet?
They’re only doing test runs. For now.
Trump Likens the ‘Psychology’ of His Supporters to That of ISIS Recruits
This might be the most bonkers quote of his campaign.
What We Learned About Cyber Warfare From the Heroes of Stuxnet
Symantec’s Eric Chien and Liam O’Murchu and documentarian Alex Gibney discuss
, the new film about cyber warfare and the Stuxnet virus.
Tumblr Got Hacked 3 Years Ago and Only Just Found Out
Everyone’s passwords have already been reset.
FBI Paid Sketchy Hackers to Break Into San Bernardino Shooter’s iPhone
Report: Israeli Firm Is Helping FBI Crack San Bernardino iPhone
Unsurprisingly, they haven’t commented.
FBI May Not Need Apple to Unlock Shooter’s iPhone
Feds have gone elsewhere for tech support.
Feds Get San Bernardino Victims’ Backing in Fight With Apple
The survivors will file a legal brief supporting the government’s efforts to unlock the shooter’s iPhone.
Apple Opposes Order to Unlock San Bernardino Shooter’s Phone
Apple claims that unlocking Syed Farook’s iPhone would threaten the cybersecurity of all Americans.
The Key Lesson of the Ashley Madison Hack — Even for Non-Adulterers
How to know when to hand over sensitive data — and when not to.
22.1 Million People Compromised in Hack of Government Personnel Data
If you even
someone who’s had a background check, you may be affected.
Russian Hackers Reportedly Trying to Keep Tabs on Obama’s Schedule
Maybe not using official State Department email is a good idea?
Everyone Ignores Security Warnings All the Time
No students were harmed in the researching of this study.
Chinese hackers suspected this time.
Chinese Hackers Getting Back to Work on Mysterious American Companies
Their exact targets aren’t known.
United States Officially Calls Out Chinese Government’s Hackers
It did not mince words.
Meet ‘Comment Crew,’ China’s Military-Linked Hackers
has an address for the hackers it thinks attacked the paper.
What in the Name of SOPA and PIPA Is the Cybersecurity Bill CISPA?
A new cybersecurity bill drawing the ire of the web could pass in the House this week.
Some Competitive Country Hacked Just About Everyone
It’s being called “the biggest transfer of wealth in terms of intellectual property in history.”