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Is it a power strip? Is it a hacking tool? Stop, you're both right! DARPA has funded a device that looks like an innocent surge protector but has advanced tools to scan and hack any network.
According to several leading lights in cyber security, the United States Department of Defense could be quite poorly prepared for hacks and attacks from different parties.
A small company called Malice Afterthought, received a DARPA grant and came up with a tiny spy computer using off-the-shelf parts that cost only $50.
IBM, which created the Jeopardy playing super computer Watson, is working on a computer chip designed to emulate how the human brain processes information.
There have certainly been a ton of cyber attacks on various web sites and Internet servers in the last couple of months, most of which have exposed the personal info of millions of people all...
With the ever increasing risk of a submarine attack, the US government is working on a simulation software to help track enemy submarines during submarine warfare. They are looking for gamers to help test the...
On Saturday, Stanford University's robot vehicle "Stanley" won the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Grand Challenge in the Mojave Desert, taking home a $2 million first prize. Entrants into the race had to navigate...
The unused portion of a grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to fund development of the open-source operating system OpenBSD has been pulled for unspecified reasons. The project's leader, Theo...