Maintaining the secrecy of ballots returned via the Internet is “technologically impossible,” according to a new report.
Analysis of the software tools made available by the Shadow Brokers suggests that they’re the real deal.
By varying the tempo of dance music, it is possible to encode messages without anybody noticing.
A group called the Shadow Brokers appears to be in possession of NSA code, though it’s unclear exactly how powerful it is.
The next generation of high-speed Internet is likely to cut the cord.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
A spate of Jeep thefts and a new Volkwagen security breach suggest that automakers must do more to protect cars from hackers.
Despite the inherent security risks, 31 states use the Internet to collect votes in some way.
The U.S. tech giants are keen to provide Web connections—but can a new scheme help Facebook recover from its Free Basics blunder?
Baboons and bonobos spend more time repairing relationships when they’ve grown apart. Now the first large-scale evidence has emerged that humans do this, too.