The week of August 9, 2015
The most controversial hacker turned informant of his generation wants to become a cybersecurity hired gun, but will anyone let him?
Unraveling the history of the hackers who stole Christmas.
He conned his ways into a small fortune. Now he’s spilling his secrets.
Alexa Clay, the co-author of The Misfit Economy discusses how the hacker ethos can help make our institutions more transparent and our jobs more fulfilling.
“Password” is just as terrible of a name for your junk as it is as a password.
The U.S. government has systems for blowing the whistle—but nobody should use them.
Why encryption is a basic human right.
A middle schooler could go to prison for a prank because cops don’t understand tech.
The absence of evidence isn’t proof of a crime.