Based in Brooklyn, NY
I'm a tech writer for Forbes Magazine who covers the worlds of information security, privacy, digital civil liberties and hacker culture. My reporting for Forbes has taken me from an autonomous car race in the California desert all the way to Beijing, where I wrote the first English-language cover story on the Chinese search billionaire Robin Li for Forbes Asia.
Lately my best stories come from the hacker community, like identifying the brilliant teenager behind the most popular iPhone hacking tools, digging into the secret world of hackers-for-hire who sell software exploitation techniques to government agencies, and revealing a critical security vulnerability in four million hotel keycard locks. And since the saga of WikiLeaks blew up the information security world in 2010, I've become especially fascinated with cryptography, anonymity and the future of information freedom.
This Machine Kills Secrets By Andy Greenberg
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