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HackerOne, Verizon Media weigh pros and cons of making live hacking contests virtual

by Tim Starks

The good thing about it was that it was big. The bad thing about it? That it was big.

Pwn2Own hackers go remote, then crack macOS and Oracle machines anyway

by Jeff Stone

One team used the calculator app in a macOS as an entrypoint into taking over an entire machine.

Pwn2Own hacking competition expands to industrial control systems

by Sean Lyngaas

This is a “radical concept" for ICS vendors, one organizer said.

Tesla Model 3's onboard browser attacked successfully at Pwn2Own

by Joe Warminsky

Team "Flouroacetate" — aka Amat Cama and Richard Zhu — used the Tesla hack to cap off a dominant run in the competition.

Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge succumb in web browser competition at Pwn2Own

by Joe Warminsky

The second day of Pwn2Own 2019 featured more successful attacks from the "Flouroacetate" team of Amat Cama and Richard Zhu.

Apple, Oracle, VMware products successfully hacked at Pwn2Own

by Joe Warminsky

Thursday's slate of demonstrations includes more attacks against web browsers — this time, it's Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge.