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After winning court approval this week, the Federal Trade Commission shuttered over 200 websites that it says fraudulently claimed to offer government services, such as drivers' license renewals or verification of public benefits, for a fee.
In a recently discovered phishing campaign, hackers attempted to steal victims' passwords and credentials by posing as a former Wall Street Journal reporter and sending documents with potential interview questions, according to security firm Certfa.
If Iowa's experiment with a new tabulation app during the Democratic caucuses is the warmup for the 2020 presidential election process, then we're in for a bumpy ride. But what happened there isn't a technology problem. It's a human problem rooted in a failure to properly evaluate risk.
More bad news for ransomware victims: Anyone hit with crypto-locking DoppelPaymer malware now faces the prospect of having their personal data dumped on a darknet site unless they pay a ransom. The gang's move follows in the footsteps of Maze, Sodinokibi (aka REvil) and Nemty ransomware operators.
Police in the United Kingdom have arrested six suspects as part of a money laundering investigation tied to the February 2019 theft of $14 million from one of Malta's largest banks. Officials say malware-wielding attackers moved money to accounts in the U.S., U.K., Czech Republic and Hong Kong.
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Aleksey Burkov, who was extradited from Israel to the U.S. in November, plead guilty this week to several federal charges related to his site "Cardplanet," which trafficked in stolen payment card data.
Are ransomware shakedowns against healthcare entities taking an even uglier turn? In a recent attack against a Florida-based plastic surgery practice, hackers exfiltrated patients' medical records and threatened to leak them unless both the clinic and patients paid ransoms.
As business email compromise schemes continue to evolve, some cybercriminals are focusing on accessing companies' financial documents, which provide useful information to support the theft of money, according to a new report from security firm Agari.