We aren’t saying that you should be joining the Dark Side of the Force and go on a hacking spree, gaining information that you shouldn’t have. However, if this sort of thing is up your alley, then today’s deal may be the one for you to give your career the jump start it needs.
The Cyber Security Hacker Training and Certification Bundle is a great way to learn everything you need to know to keep your companies infrastructure safe. We [Read More…]
If you haven’t had a chance to grab any of these deals, now is the time to act. These packages have sold like hotcakes as the demand for expert-level tutelage on how to protect yourself from online threats is at an all-time high. Everyday, news sources are uncovering hackers wreaking havoc (say that 3x) and the victims have almost categorically been blindsided. While we can’t guarantee 100% immunity, there are preventative measures you can take to ensure you’re not caught [Read More…]
Ingress, the popular augmented reality game from Google’s Niantic Labs, has scored an update, bringing along Android Wear support so you can hack portals right from your wrist like a true agent.
It’s easy to make your Chromebook more than the sum of its parts
A Chromebook can be a great purchase even if you never step outside of Google’s trusted environment. They are some of the best web machines ever built, require almost no software maintenance, and come in a myriad of different styles and price points. We love the things, and the numbers say we’re not alone.
But like anything electronic, sometimes it’s fun to push [Read More…]
If it exists, we can hack it — and that includes our Android Wear smartwatches
Android on your wrist is still Android. That means it’s still Linux, and people will want to do more than the simple user interface provides. We get it. We paid for these devices, and some of us want to do whatever we want with them. Abuse them. Misuse them. Hack them within an inch of their lives. Then put them all back [Read More…]
A security company announced yesterday that it has discovered a “significant vulnerability in the Google Wallet mobile phone payment system.” The company found that a Wallet PIN is susceptible to a brute [Read More…]
Ever do something you shouldn’t have whilst hacking away at your phone, and end up stuck in a bootloop? Of course you have, because we all have. That will soon be a thing of the past, thanks to the Team Hydro Bootmanager. Usually getting to your Android device’s bootloader menu or recovery menu involves mashing and holding buttons, pulling batteries, or in the case of some phone (looking at you LG [Read More…]
An e-ink Sony PRS-T1 Reader might not be an all-singing, all-dancing tablet-come-e-Reader like the Kindle Fire or the Nook Color. But, as the folks at The Digital Reader have found out, it does run Android, and with a little hacking, you can bring this out front and center.
Apparently the hack is pretty straightforward, and pretty foolproof. By gaining root access, a whole new use case for the device opens up. There [Read More…]
I’m not crazy to hack PlayStation Network. Here’s what Geohot said regarding the floating rumors that he was the responsible for what happened to PSN. Check out the full message after the jump.
To start, I sure am glad I don’t have a PSN account about now. And, as a onetime victim of identity theft, I feel for everyone who’s data has been stolen. I’m not going to make cracks at Sony for [Read More…]