The latest news and comment from the Black Hat hacker conference.
Black Hat News
Reporters offer some simple answers to complex questions raised by the release of specs for the Boeing's long-awaited secure smartphone read more »
Security firm Symantec says it has found a Linux worm aimed at Internet of Things devices read more »
Moves step closer to traditional bug bounties by accepting novel techniques found in active attacks that skirt Windows' defenses read more »
The online encyclopedia's editors are investigating other allegations of suspicious edits and accounts read more »
Security expert calls it a success -- enough bugs to fill one or two IE updates -- even though the dollar amount was about the same as Google's for the last iteration of Chrome read more »more news ..
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Black Hat In Depth
Joining an open-source community isn't required to land a development job, but it could help read more »
Trustwave to show how it outwitted Google Play defense against Android malware; Stonesoft to air free 'Evader' detection tool read more »
At the 2012 London Olympics this summer, hackers will be out in full force read more »
How secure are you? Check out our checklist featuring common aspects of computer security read more »
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Advice for infosec executives on turning possible crisis into an opportunity read more »more in depth ..
Black Hat Slideshows
With so many open source software projects under way at any given moment, it can be difficult to keep tabs on all that's going on read more »
Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga and Stephen Colbert collide with Twitter, iPads and hackers. read more »
These IT security experts go looking for trouble and find it read more »more slideshows ..