They hacked a fully patched Nexus 6P and won over $100K for it, no luck with the Galaxy S7

Hacking. A term that is thrown around so much these days even though most have no idea what it is or how it works. But those big companies who do know what it implies, are working hard to secure things. This has resulted in an interesting culture of hacking competitions where you get paid to hack, instead of being put in jail. Recently, Google announced such a competition offering upto $200K to anyone who hacks a Nexus 6P or Nexus 5X.

But this was another competition called Pwn2Own, the mobile-edition of it, sponsored by Trend Micro – the antivirus company -offering cash prizes to anyone who could get user info, install rogue apps, or completely unlock some of the biggest mainstream phones out there: the Nexus 6P, the Galaxy S6, and the iPhone 6s. Continue reading “They hacked a fully patched Nexus 6P and won over $100K for it, no luck with the Galaxy S7”

Pokemon Go cheats, bans, and why you shouldn’t cheat

The sad truth about gaming is that there’s always someone looking for a way to cheat. Naturally, a game as popular as Pokemon GO has many people looking for an unfair advantage. Cheating in this game is not as simple as typing in a secret code. It takes some real ingenuity and laziness to cheat at a game that just wants you to leave your house. We’ll show you how people are cheating, what happens if you get caught, and why you shouldn’t do it.

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