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Paypal Hack: Javascript hacking intercepts PayPal information

09/21/2011, It seems that there is a new JavaScript hacking tool hanging around that is capable of intercepting your PayPal account, not to mention other supposedly “secure” sessions. This coming Friday, two security researchers will work to deliver a...

Car honk mod ready to scare the metal out of the car in front

09/20/2011, You know when it comes to driving, those who are in front of you are driving too slow, while the person flashing you constantly from the back is a maniac who does not know the meaning of driving recklessly. Well, perhaps you might want to arm yourself...

DIY 3D printer with robotic UV laser

09/11/2011, Stereoscopic 3D TVs seem to be the next frontier that manufacturers want to push into our living rooms, but what about 3D printers? An affordable version for the average consumer is still far from reality, so necessity being the mother of all invention...

LED Viking Helmet makes for cool Halloween costume

09/02/2011, I know, Halloween is as good as two months away considering we’re just easing into September, but that does not mean you cannot start preparing early for a Halloween party, right? For those who feel that they’re pretty handy with electronics...

Counting Box won’t put Sesame Street out of business

08/25/2011, Remember the Count in Sesame Street, all decked in purple with a couple of fangs hanging out, helping you figure out just how many instances of a particular object there is? Well, Nathan Pryor of Vancouver, WA, decided that there are many roads that lead...

SpyEye hacker toolkit might be cause of cyberattack increase

08/22/2011, The premier hacker’s toolkit known as SpyEye has recently been made available to all aspiring cybercriminals, and in view of this, security analysts have sounded the alarms – although it is a sad thing to look forward to an uptick in SpyEye...

Student hacker penetrated Facebook

08/18/2011, Is Facebook really that hack-proof? Apparently, a student hacker was said to have successfully “penetrated” Facebook after performing repeated attempts to illegally access the social networking site’s programmes – at least according to a court...

Facebook used to hack bank accounts

08/15/2011, Most of us use Facebook to keep in touch with our family and friends, posting up our thoughts and daily goings-on without giving much thought after that. Well, Iain Wood has other plans with Facebook, having spent up to 18 hours each day online, where he...

Researchers manage to hack mobile data communications

08/10/2011, Researchers are rather stoked to show off their skills and technical know-how in breaking the encryption which was actually put in place to protect information sent over the General Packet Radio Service (GPRS). GPRS is the standard which is commonly used...

Brainwave Disruptor entrainment device built from scratch

08/08/2011, Rich Decibels (this is just a handle of a real person) has a healthy interest in the subject and science of brainwave entrainment, and decided that there is no better way to learn more about it than to built such an entrainment device he can call his own....

Zero-day flaw in games discovered by 10-year old

08/08/2011, You are never too young to hack – and that applies to CyFi, the handle for a 10-year-old hacker who graced DefCon 19 by revealing a zero-day exploit in games which are available on both iOS and Android-powered devices, and independent researchers...

Washing machine gets smarter with DIY tinkering

08/08/2011, You know how everything strives to be smarter and smarter these days? Well, our regular home appliances are the same – moving in the general direction of the smartphone industry, although I would go out on a limb and say that smartphones evolve far...