Here are some of the most common ways hackers can get hold of other people’s credit card data – and how you can keep yours safe
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A trip into the dark corners of Telegram, which has become a magnet for criminals peddling everything from illegal drugs to fake money and COVID-19 vaccine passes
The INTERPOL-led operation involved law enforcement from 20 countries and led to the seizure of millions of dollars in illicit gains
A victim of identity theft tells us how criminals used his identity to commit fraud and what it took to put his life back in order
Hackers break into the Bureau’s email systems to send out at least 100,000 emails warning recipients of imminent cyberattacks
An attacker gained access to some of Robinhood's customer support systems and stole the personal data of a third of the app's userbase
On top of illegally streaming sports games for profit, the man is also believed to have attempted to extort MLB for $150,000
The police sting spanned three continents and involved crackdowns in nine countries
The group used phishing, BEC and other types of attacks to swindle victims out of millions
The man was after sexually explicit photos and videos that he would then share online or store in his own collection
Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Liquid suspends cryptocurrency deposits and withdrawals and moves its assets into cold storage
Is the net closing in on cyber-extortionists and can bounties on their collective heads ultimately help stem the ransomware scourge?
A global operation takes down the infrastructure of DoubleVPN and seizes data about its customers
Cyberattacks targeting the gaming industry skyrocket, with web attacks more than tripling year-on-year in 2020
The fraudsters ran their campaigns from the cloud and used phishing attacks and email forwarding rules to steal financial information
Should we expect cybercriminals to ditch the pseudonymous cryptocurrency for other forms of payment that may be better at throwing law enforcement off the scent?
Law enforcement around the world used a messaging app called AN0M to monitor the communications of alleged criminals
Con artists use social media to find and target victims for various nefarious ends, including to extort relatives of missing persons
The operation was carried out against an organized group that used online trading platforms to swindle victims out of US$36 million