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Yesterday — January 17th 2022Your RSS feeds

Destructive Hacks Against Ukraine Echo Its Last Cyberwar

By Andy Greenberg
A data wiper posing as ransomware bears a discomfiting resemblance to the earlier wave of Russian cyberattacks that ended with NotPetya.

A Teen Took Control of Teslas by Hacking a Third-Party App

By Brian Barrett
Plus: Open source sabotage, Ukrainian website hacks, and more of the week's top security news.

Russia Takes Down REvil Hackers—as Ukraine Tensions Mount

By Matt Burgess, Lily Hay Newman
Over a dozen alleged members of the notorious ransomware group have been arrested, but the Kremlin's critics are wary of the underlying motivation.

Maybe the Internet Shouldn’t Pick an Oscars Host

By Angela Watercutter
Though having Elmo run the show would be fun.
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Norton Put a Cryptominer in Its Antivirus Software

By Brian Barrett
Plus: NFT thefts, a ransomware wave in schools, and more of the week’s top security news.

Distance Wireless Charging Made a Minor Comeback at CES 2022

By Simon Hill
The potential of truly wire-free power is exciting, but tangible products remain elusive.

Watch Highlights From WIRED HQ at CES

By WIRED Staff
We’re not in Vegas, but we still had a packed day of conversations on the latest from the giant technology showcase.

Sonos’ Patent Win Will Change Google’s Smart Speakers—for Now

By Lauren Goode
Your Google speakers will lose some of their features in an upcoming software update. Here's what that means.

Spider-Man: No Way Home, Piracy, and the End of the Box Office

By Angela Watercutter
Money-wise, the movie trounced The Matrix: Resurrections, but that’s a poor indicator of either film’s success.

The 19 Best Gadgets From CES 2022 You Can Buy Right Now

By Brenda Stolyar
The future is here. From TVs to EVs, here's everything hot from the trade show you can order today.

CES 2022 Highlights: 83 Glimpses of the Future

By Gear Team
The WIRED Gear team covered CES remotely this year. Here's our list of over 80 products, trends, apps, and photos that caught our eye.

Signal's Cryptocurrency Feature Has Gone Worldwide

By Andy Greenberg
A beta “payments” feature now lets users of the popular encrypted messaging app send MobileCoin around the globe.

The End of BlackBerry Phones Is Finally, Truly Here

By John Timmer, Ars Technica
The company is pulling support for its devices, meaning that at some point they will no longer be able to connect to cellular networks.

US Wins Appeal to Extradite Julian Assange

By Brian Barrett, Lily Hay Newman
Plus: Bluetooth security, a Brazil hack, and more of the week's top security news.

A Log4J Vulnerability Has Set the Internet 'On Fire'

By Lily Hay Newman
The flaw in the logging framework has security teams scrambling to put in a fix.

HBO Max Might Have Outsmarted the Streaming Wars

By Angela Watercutter
The play to put all Warner Bros. theatrical movies on the service in 2021 was a big gamble. It paid off.

What Is a Watering Hole Attack?

By Lily Hay Newman
It's a technique that can hit thousands of victims—through no fault of their own.

Someone Snuck a Card Skimmer Into Costco to Nab Shopper Data

By Brian Barrett
Plus: A Robinhood breach, NSO Group spyware, and more of the week's top security news.

In Celebration of Adele’s Finsta

By Angela Watercutter
The singer told Rolling Stone she knows how to “trace something online like no one’s business.”

The US Puts a $10M Bounty on DarkSide Ransomware Hackers

By Brian Barrett, Lily Hay Newman
Plus: a “Trojan Source” bug, Russian hackers exposed, and more of the week's top security news.