• Safe Mode

Five years of Distributed Denial of Secrets and a dangerous automotive vulnerability

It was WikiLeaks that pioneered the publishing and hosting of sensitive information, and while Julian Assange’s whistleblowing project has withered away, groups like Distributed Denial of Secrets are carrying on the work of trying to make public interest material more widely available — and to do so more responsibly. Emma Best is the founder of DDOS and she sits down with CyberScoop reporter AJ Vicens to discuss their work publishing and hosting leaked material. Reporter Christian Vasquez joins host Elias Groll to discuss his reporting on a concerning vulnerability affecting automotive fleet management systems and the uphill battle to patch the flaw.


Distributed Denial of Secrets | Official website

A collection of CyberScoop stories on DDOS documents

Dangerous vulnerability in fleet management software seemingly ignored by vendor | CyberScoop

Safe Mode


Every week we break down the most pressing issues in technology, provide you with the knowledge and tools to stay ahead of the latest threats and take you behind the scenes of the biggest stories in cyberspace.