goatse security

  • GoatSec iPad Hacking Case Underway, Ruling Could Address Ancient Computer Law

    GoatSec iPad Hacking Case Underway, Ruling Could Address Ancient Computer Law

    Editor’s note: Ansel Halliburton is a lawyer at ComputerLaw Group. In the summer of 2010, a group called Goatse Security discovered a security hole in an AT&T website catering to users of the recently launched iPad with 3G connectivity. Depending on who you ask, GoatSec is either composed of trolls in it for the lulz or grey-hat hackers. Read More

  • We’re Awarding Goatse Security A Crunchie Award For Public Service

    We’re Awarding Goatse Security A Crunchie Award For Public Service

    This iPad security breach story from last week continues to spin way out of control, and in our opinion fingers are being pointed in the wrong direction. The FBI is investigating the incident, and a few hours ago AT&T finally communicated with customers to tell them about the breach (I’ve reprinted the AT&T email below). Here’s what happened: Goatse Security discovered a… Read More