Holly Dragoo

Bitcoin Surges Past Gold in Value

Jan. 9, 2017  |  By Holly Dragoo

Uber's Data Privacy Again in the Crosshairs

Jan. 9, 2017  |  By Holly Dragoo

Facebook and The Great Fake News Debate

Dec. 5, 2016  |  By Holly Dragoo

Dynamic IPs Reveal Your Identity

Nov. 7, 2016  |  By Holly Dragoo

Donating More Than Blood

Nov. 7, 2016  |  By Holly Dragoo

Federal Court Unseals DC Trap-and-Trace Stats

Oct. 3, 2016  |  By Holly Dragoo

Yahoo Hack Disaster Can't Get Worse

Oct. 3, 2016  |  By Holly Dragoo

Yahoo recently disclosed that some half a billion user accounts were compromised by state-sponsored actors in late 2014. Names, email addresses, phone numbers, passwords and dates of birth were put up for sale on websites hosting illicit marketplaces. Yahoo is currently notifying account holders for its email services and users who may have linked their Flickr photo sharing services.

A DDoS Gag Order

Because Someone Is Learning How to Take Down the Internet

Oct. 3, 2016  |  By Holly Dragoo & Yacin Nadji

Four-fold Growth for Monero

Sept. 1, 2016  |  By Holly Dragoo

The Costs of Zero Day

Sept. 1, 2016  |  By Holly Dragoo

In a recent opinion piece on Lawfare, researcher Nicholas Weaver discusses the Cost of Using Zero-Days (exploits). He re-caps the significance of the Israeli-based “cyber war” company NSO Group’s efforts to compromise the iPhone of an outspoken human rights defender from the UAE, Ahmed Mansoor, and demonstrates the dual-edged nature of using zero-day exploits in such a public manner.

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