Month: June 2018

Spy on Spy: Hacking into the Darknet

By Russ Banham In the murky underground forums of the darknet, thousands of hackers trade secrets, discuss new forms of malware, and boast about recent attacks. Back when those logging in to the forums were primarily a bunch of computer geeks, it probably had the feel of a harmless secret society. Then came the bad guys. Criminal… Read more »

Think About It: Converting Brain Waves to Operate a Prosthetic Device

By Russ Banham Following an electrical accident as a teenager, Les Baugh lost both arms to amputation. When he heard about a revolutionary surgery that would give him the ability to operate a prosthetic device using his thoughts, Baugh stepped forward as a volunteer. Developed by The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physicals Laboratory, the… Read more »