IOActive’s director of penetration testing says memsad causes software to expose passwords, keys, and tokens we use to protect our data. And the rot has spread far and wide.
Chaos Communication Congress
At Chaos Communication Congress, election security expert J. Alex Halderman describes the United States’ rough yet vital road toward securing its many vulnerable voting systems.
Chaos Communication Congress’ keynote speaker Charlie Stross sits down with The Parallax to discuss what drives dictatorships, space exploration, cryptography—and science fiction itself.
As sexual-misconduct allegations across industries proliferate, many organizations, including hacker conferences such as CCC, are realizing that they need a better conflict resolution protocol.
In the wake of stunted recounts in three closely contested states, security researchers argue that to ward off hacker manipulation of elections, municipalities must maintain and audit paper ballots.
Security researcher Marie Moe has a personal and potentially dangerous connection to the Internet: Following a medical emergency, Moe was outfitted with a pacemaker, in which she has discovered cybersecurity vulnerabilities, she reveals at hacker conference CCC.
Shari Steele has been on the job as the executive director of the anonymizing network Tor for three weeks. She has some big goals for the small organization—including locking down funding.
Research presented for the first time at the Chaos Communication Congress in Hamburg, Germany, details new insight into the inner workings of China’s Internet censorship firewall.