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A WIRED investigation into a cache of documents posted by an unknown figure lays bare the Trickbot ransomware gang’s secrets, including the identity of a central member.
The Biden administration has changed its mind about a Massachusetts state law giving mechanics and car owners access to more diagnostic data.
While India’s spacecraft landed on the lunar surface, the Russian one collided with it. The mixed record shows that developing a lunar economy won’t be easy.
Beyond Meat’s weak sales led to headlines about “peak veganism” and the end of plant-based meats. But demand in Europe shows there’s still life in alternative proteins.
From the Hawaii Community Foundation to the Maui Food Bank, donations to these groups aid people impacted by the recent disaster in Lahaina.
The legacy electronics manufacturer is creating IoT honeypots with its products to catch real-world threats and patch vulnerabilities in-house.
Security researchers accessed an internal camera inside the Deckmate 2 shuffler to learn the exact deck order—and the hand of every player at a poker table.
Since May 4, the Indian government has shut off the internet in Manipur, giving cover to murders, rapes, and arson.
Meta has long fought Europe’s demands that it get people’s consent before using their data for targeted ads. Then a Norwegian regulator threatened fines of $100,000 per day.