Hacking

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Greatest Moments in Hacking History
4:14

How a Hacker Convinced Motorola to Send Him Source Code

Famed hacker Kevin Mitnick sets up a social engineering attack against Motorola to steal the source code for the MicroTAC Ultralite cellphone.
Greatest Moments in Hacking History
1:33

Kevin Mitnick on Motorola and McDonald's

When he was only 16, Kevin Mitnick hacked the drive-up windows of a local McDonald’s. To this day, he says this is his favorite hack ever.
Motherboard Shorties
4:55

Inside a CryptoParty in Harlem

MOTHERBOARD meets with Matt Mitchell, the founder of CryptoHarlem.
Cyberwar / Extra Scene
2:34

Hacking Critical Infrastructure

We ask an Industrial Control System expert how they detect hackers and what can be done once a network is compromised.
Cyberwar / Extra Scene
0:53

The Economic Toll of China’s Cyber Espionage

Bill Evanina explains how the U.S. has lost an estimated 400 billion dollars in the form of economic espionage by Chinese hackers.
Cyberwar / Extra Scene
1:12

Why Your Phone Is Safer Than Your Computer

Ben finds out why a phone is more secure than a computer.
Cyberwar / Extra Scene
3:14

How to Unlock a Laptop Using an NSA Tool

Hacking like the NSA isn't that hard.
Cyberwar / Extra Scene
2:16

Talking to a Former Member of Israel’s Cyber Spy Agency

Ben talks to a former veteran from Israel's cybersecurity and intelligence team known as Unit 8200.
Cyberwar / Extra Scene
5:45

Hacker ‘Phineas Fisher’ Speaks on Camera for the First Time—Through a Puppet

Ben interviews the hacker on the condition the interview is recreated with a puppet.
Cyberwar / Extra Scene
3:49

Hacking the Internet of Things

John Matherly demos Shodan, a search tool that finds all the unsecure devices connected to the internet.
Cyberwar / Extra Scene
1:43

The Attribution Problem in Cyber Attacks

Bruce Schneier explains the difference between real world attribution and cyber attribution.
Cyberwar / Extra Scene
5:02

Hacking Lessons From geohot

George Hotz (geohot) shows Ben Makuch how to perform a binary exploit.
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