A California death row inmate's fate may depend in part on his use of the word "hacker." Enrique Zambrano, a former Berkeley, Calif., bureaucrat, used it in letters to his then-girlfriend that were introduced as evidence in his trial.
Apple sends iPhone hackers back to the drawing board: 1.1.1 firmware uses different encryption scheme
After Apple warned iPhone users yesterday that the next software update could break their phones, the group behind one of the unlocking projects says they'll have a fix next week.
Hackers vow to thwart Apple's iPhone re-lock/disablement
Jobs says he intends to fight off the independent iPhone developers. The question is: How will Apple try to defeat the hackers: software updates or lawsuits?
Euro defense company develops "hacker-proof" encryption.
Teenager who hacked iPhone trades it all in for a Nissan 350Z
Fifth "Blue Hat" event brings hackers to Microsoft's campus to give employees a security reality check.
Solving a puzzle gets you a T-Shirt. Handing in your business card may get you a call from a recruiter.