By Humberto Saabedra on February 23, 2015
The company responsible for manufacturing the majority of SIM cards around the world responds to claims of hacking by government intelligence agencies.
By Humberto Saabedra on January 20, 2011
Both of the parties responsible for exposing a massive security flaw within the iPad and AT&T’s account management system have been arrested and charged with conspiracy to access a computer without authorization and fraud for developing a script known as iPad 3G Account Slurper to access AT&T’s account information servers, mimic an iPad 3G and […]
By Christopher Price on January 27, 2008
Hackers have once again bypassed restrictions imposed by Apple, and enabled iPhone to run third-party software. The process, known as jailbreaking, allows the user to install software onto the device, most notably Nullriver’s Installer.app, which provides access to a wide range of production-grade software. The most refined application to transact the process currently is iJailbreak, […]