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9 mai 2019 - 00:00:21
Sample of voicemails that Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai received when Google was telling users that his number was Facebook's.
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3 décembre 2018 - 00:12:46
Pirates recently dumped Super Smash Bros. Ultimate around two weeks before it was scheduled to hit stores. Motherboard senior staff writer Joseph Cox takes us inside the messy world of Nintendo Switch hacking and piracy. The Switch piracy community—much of which operates on the gamer-focused chat app Discord—is full of ingenuity, technical breakthroughs, and evolving cat-and-mouse games between the multi-billion dollar Nintendo and the passionate hackers who love the company but nonetheless illegally steal its games. Pirates deploy malware to steal each other’s files so they can download more games themselves. Groups deliberately plant code into others' Switches so they no longer work. And some people in the scene have been doxed.
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19 novembre 2018 - 00:15:29
When you say “election hacking” it means something different than the Kremlin's disinformation campaigns. On this episode of CYBER, we talk about what real election hacking is with Motherboard contributor Kim Zetter, who just wrote a piece for New York Times Magazine called “The Crisis of Election Security.” Kim says the real vulnerability in our system is something of our own making: the outdated voting machines we use to carry out our key civic duties.
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12 novembre 2018 - 00:25:40
Imagine if your phone suddenly stopped working. And then you couldn’t login to Facebook, Instagram, your email, or bank account. Your phone switches back on, and you get a call. On the other end of the line is a guy telling you he’s stolen your phone number, and is about to take all your money. This is a new type of hack called SIM hijacking, and there’s almost nothing you can do to stop it. In this first episode of CYBER, we hear audio from a real-life ransom attempt, and host Ben Makuch talks to Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai about how it works.
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9 mai 2018 - 00:00:50
Duplex
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7 mars 2018 - 00:00:03
Cloned speech (whole model adaptation with 100 samples) by MOTHERBOARD
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7 mars 2018 - 00:00:03
Cloned speech (speaker embedding adaptation with 1 sample) by MOTHERBOARD
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7 mars 2018 - 00:00:03
Original Female Source by MOTHERBOARD
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7 mars 2018 - 00:00:05
British male To American male Sample 1 by MOTHERBOARD
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7 mars 2018 - 00:00:04
Original speaker (British male) by MOTHERBOARD
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26 octobre 2017 - 00:00:57
On the morning of December 25, 2013, residents along Officer's Row woke up to a remarkable gift: wolves howling just outside their door. Credit: NPS & MSU Acoustic Atlas/Jennifer Jerrett
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31 août 2017 - 00:18:14
The Nazca lines have baffled scientists and explorers for centuries. The giant carvings in the earth are best viewed from space, but they were created sometime around 500 A.D. How did they execute such elaborate designs? And why build something you could never fully appreciate?
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31 août 2017 - 00:21:28
The small town of Marfa, Texas has been a regularly tourist attraction for decades, as travellers flock to catch a glimpse of the strange, beautiful floating lights that appear every night a few miles out of town. Will learning the secret behind these lights ruin them for their biggest fan?
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4 août 2017 - 00:23:42
Virtual reality adoption has been slow. Despite promising leaps in the tech over the past several decades, relatively few VR headsets have been sold worldwide, especially compared to smartphones. Can the world's most popular social network bring VR to the forefront? In this episode, Motherboard's Louise Matsakis goes to Facebook to try out its virtual reality platform and chat with its head of Social VR, Rachel Franklin.
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14 juillet 2017 - 00:44:10
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies aren't just for making money. Enthusiasts often believe the technology could help give rise to a political revolution. But of what kind? On this week's episode, we talk to two researchers about the ideology behind bitcoin. Did it arise out of extreme right-wing beliefs, or merely the desire to fight back against big tech companies consolidating the internet?
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7 juillet 2017 - 00:26:25
Description: We talk to the award-winning sci-fi author about his new book, New York 2140.
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29 juin 2017 - 00:02:12
Dark Web Automated Phishing Site Sample Call by MOTHERBOARD
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29 juin 2017 - 00:49:39
Radio Motherboard Live: What Is the iPhone? by MOTHERBOARD
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22 juin 2017 - 00:31:59
Motherboard has a change in management! Starting today, Jason Koebler is taking over the keys to this website as its new editor-in-chief. To set a course for the future of the site, he sat down with Derek Mead—who had been running Motherboard for the last four years—to record a podcast about where we’re going as a media outlet and where humanity is going, more generally.
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22 juin 2017 - 00:31:59
Motherboard has a change in management! Starting today, Jason Koebler is taking over the keys to this website as its new editor-in-chief. To set a course for the future of the site, he sat down with Derek Mead—who had been running Motherboard for the last four years—to record a podcast about where we’re going as a media outlet and where humanity is going, more generally.
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