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More on Subverting Automotive Computing Systems

A deeper look into vehicle “hacking” and how they can endanger the life of the operator and occupants.

DEFCON 21: An Odyssey

A little story about my adventures in hacker land at DEFCON 21.

Malwarebytes @ DEFCON

While lots of fun and very informative, DEFCON can also be a dangerous place and if you plan on going this week, we are also giving you some tips on how to keep your money and info safe — though we can’t protect you against losing at poker.

As motor vehicles advance technologically, they incorporate more and more computers, hacking cars isn’t all that far fetched.

DefCon for Developers

My colleague Adam Kujawa recently wrote a great post about the Malwarebytes experience at the hacker convention DefCon this year. By popular demand, here’s a round-up of my top four favorite DefCon talks from a development perspective: 1. “Stiltwalker”, by “DC949” (http://www.dc949.org/projects/stiltwalker) I am sure everyone is familiar with reCAPTCHA. You have likely wasted hours […]

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