ESET research reveals a successor to the infamous BlackEnergy APT group targeting critical infrastructure, quite possibly in preparation for damaging attacks
Answers could help raise awareness of situations that people fear
The skimmer, injected into the store’s payment page, harvested credit-card details from the store’s online customers for more than a month
Instead, the three men will cooperate with law enforcement and – an area in which, it turns out, they already have quite some experience – the broader research community
In its heyday, Kelihos comprised up to 100,000 compromised devices that were capable of blasting out billions of malware-laden emails every day
The retailer says that whatever data the crooks have obtained, they weren’t stolen through a breach of its systems
Law enforcement and malware research join forces to take down cybercriminals
Following the massive cyberattack on banks in Mexico, we consider what can cybersecurity can do to help the industry
While the exact amount of stolen money and source of the cybercriminals are not known, the authorities have confirmed that no clients were affected.
What was Scan4You, and why was it called a counter anti-virus (CAV) website?
The Dark Overlord, known for a number of breaches and cyber-extortion campaigns in the last two years, is believed to have made US$275,000 from various schemes
Recent survey shows that adults in the US view computer hacking as a major threat to their quality of life
Approximately US $150,000 worth of Ethereum-based cryptocurrency stolen.
As Internet crime knows no borders, mutual legal assistance involving various nations and, by extension, requests for extraditing suspected cyber-offenders are sometimes part and parcel of prosecution efforts.
The long arm of the law caught up with a number of cybercriminals in the first three months of this year.
In Part 1, our roundup of some of the most notable law enforcement actions against computer crime in the first quarter of 2018 will focus on arrests and charges involving suspected cyber-crooks.
Hackers have managed to deface an array of popular YouTube music videos, changing titles and thumbnail images.
The 2016 compromise of the league’s Twitter account is one of a number of high-profile social media hijackings.
Cybercriminals are believed to have stolen information for more than five million credit and debit cards that shoppers had used at dozens of Saks Fifth Avenue, Saks Off 5th and Lord & Taylor stores mainly in the United States between May 2017 and March 2018.
"Hacker-for-hire" service launched distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against websites and phone-bombed its victims.