It is. It isn't. But then it was weird anyway
Borked, breached, Bamboozled: Is it something they Ate ate ate?
Well this is awkward...
Prodding for Portal problems at Pwn2Own
But it only supports a handful of apps
It just, er, works
It'll have your webpages in a whorl
Thunderbolt ports and Lightning, very very frightening
Drivers belong to Huawei, Intel, AMD and more
And up to $1m in bug bounty payouts
The best hacks come in small packages
Hey there, Fancy Bear
Keys are good. Keys are good
There's a small part of your brain in a server farm somewhere
Scheme aims to combat Mirai-like attacks
Unwelcome guest on your Nest
Ramming home a known vulnerability
Big chief Trump may be about to take first big scalp (to augment crap wig)
But retro gaming website claims it's 'old news'
But it's 'art' apparently and totally won't be used for harm...
Android alternative is still on target for late 2019
What could possibly go wrong?
No one has been able to demonstrate a Ryzen or EPYC MDS exploit yet
It 'Just Works'... more slowly
But only by attackers in the vicinity and with a shedload of patience
Windows now has a FIDO attack dog embedded
Provided it's Android, anyway
Huawei up, Huawei up and... wait...
ShadowHammer was part of a sophisticated supply chain attack
Malware was responsible for some of the biggest DDoS attacks ever seen
Attacks combining zero-day with 'high severity' Chrome flaw spotted
AMD and ARM architectures unaffected by vulnerability
Google plants block after unwanted photo-synthesis
Nest's eyrie hidey-hole means questions from Warren
But mitigations are already in place to stop devices getting the clap
Promises that it wasn't used without permission
And a few sleeping ones as well
'But it was all for security reasons,' said Qi Qisheng
And why all the machine learning happens inside your home network
It's a mushroom cap for your private thoughts
Sounds like someone needs some media training
All thanks to the Pwn2Own hacking competition
Plus the tech inside is coming to Netgear too
Firm hopes results will 'lay rest the unwarranted accusations'
It's only been days since its release but hackers gonna hack
To be fair, Bing would need users to need security, but nevertheless...