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Scientists from Slovak security firm ESET found that half of the used routers its researchers purchased for testing were loaded with sensitive corporate information...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | April 24, 2023
General Bytes reported that over $1.5 million in bitcoin was drained from Internet-accessible wallets via its bitcoin ATMs by hackers that exploited a previously...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | March 27, 2023
Researchers at Slovak cybersecurity firm ESET have found the first real-world case of Unified Extensible Firmware Interface malware that can take over a computer's...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | March 9, 2023
New regulations from China's Cyberspace Administration that go into effect Jan. 10, 2023, ban the creation of media using artificial intelligence without watermarks...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | December 15, 2022
The Infinite Conversation website features a nonstop "chat" between artificial intelligence versions of German director Werner Herzog and Slovenian philosopher...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | November 10, 2022
Researchers at the University of Florida can detect audio deepfakes by measuring acoustic and fluid dynamic distinctions between organic and synthetic voice samples...Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | September 21, 2022
"These services, never before available, promise the potential for expanding reach to remote and rural areas and facilitating higher quality broadband services...Ars Technica From ACM News | July 8, 2022
Researchers have discovered at least 80 routers in North America and Europe have been infected by a remote access Trojan as part of a larger hacking campaign.
Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | July 7, 2022
Austrian security researcher Martin Herfurt has demonstrated that electric vehicle company Tesla's updated near-field communication key card can be hacked.
Ars Technica From ACM TechNews | June 10, 2022