Russian authorities have arrested the Cron malware gang, responsible for selling the Tiny.z Android banking trojan and the PonyForx Windows infostealer.
Outlaw was a veteran of the Dark Web marketplaces, founded way back in 2013. The site was never the most popular destination for online criminals but had a steady following.
Interpol investigators announced today they'd identified over 8,800 servers hosted across eight countries in Southeast Asia used for various cybercrime operations.
On Friday, April 7, the FBI arrested Zhengquan Zhang, a 31-year-old IT engineer, who now stands accused of installing malware on his employer's servers to steal proprietary source.
A group of criminals went as far as to register and manage two Internet Service Providers in two different countries in order to manage an illegal TV streaming platform that offered IPTV (IP Television) service to customers all over the world.
The Internet's largest Dark Web marketplace AlphaBay announced upcoming support for Ethereum, the cryptocurrency that recently is giving Bitcoin a running for today's most popular digital currency.
Brian P. Johnson, 44, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, will have to spend the next 34 months in federal prison and pay $1,134,828 in damages after hacking his former employer shortly after being fired.
Taiwanese authorities sentenced three crooks they arrested last summer to five years in prison for their role in a massive ATM heist operation that involved a total of 22 individuals.
Crooks lurking around the Internet's underbelly have created a service called Ripper.cc, a database of known and proven fraudsters.
The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) agreed to pay a ransom demand of $28,000 to crooks who managed to infect the computer network of the Los Angeles Valley College (LAVC) with ransomware.