A 24-year-old man has pleaded guilty yesterday in a UK court for creating and advertising two malware-related services employed by thousands of criminals.
Malaysian authorities announced today they had identified the possible authors of a massive data breach that took place a month ago and during which the personal details of 46.2 million Malaysians were put up for sale on the Dark Web and various forums.
Canadian police have seized the domain of Fazny.ca, an online electronics store that stole users' payment card data and used it to make fraudulent purchases.
Francis Rawls, a former Philadelphia cop, will remain in jail for refusing to decrypt a hard drive federal investigators found in his home two years ago during a child abuse investigation.
It was a series of monumental OpSec (operational security) mistakes that led to AlphaBay's demise, according to a series of documents released today by the US Department of Justice.
Today, in coordinated press releases, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and Europol announced the takedown of two Dark Web marketplaces — AlphaBay and Hansa Market.
AlphaBay, an online marketplace that sold illegal products on the Dark Web, has been taken offline following raids in three countries, according to several reports.
Australian police have arrested a man from the city of Mackay on allegations of laundering money for the operators of a tech support and ransomware scheme.
Servers and infrastructure belonging to Intellect Service, the company behind the M.E.Doc accounting software, were grossly mismanaged, being left without updates since 2013, and getting backdoored on three separate occasions during the past three months.
Two days after the WannaCry ransomware outbreak wreaked havoc across the world, French police seized a server running two Tor relays belonging to French activist Aeris, who said the server was confiscated in connection to the WannaCry attacks.
Mountain View police are looking for a white adult male with white hair that crashed a drone into high-voltage power lines on Thursday night, June 8, knocking out power to over 1,600 people.
A New Hampshire hacker will spend the next eight years of his life in prison after he hacked into the email and social media accounts of dozens of females, including ten minors, and harassed and extorted victims into sending sexually explicit photos.
Police in Cockrell Hill, Texas admitted yesterday in a press release that they lost years worth of evidence after the department's server was infected with ransomware.
A UK judge sentenced a crook part of a cybercrime operation that used banking malware to five years in prison for stealing £840,000 ($1,035,000) from victims all over the world.
The "No More Ransom" project, set up in July by Intel Security, Kaspersky Lab, Europol, and the Dutch National police to help victims of ransomware infections, has expanded today with 34 new partners, and 32 new decryptors that can help ransomware victims unlock their files for free.
British police are warning drivers to check their doors after they use their remote key to lock their car because thieves may be using jammers to block door locking signals, leaving the vehicles unlocked.
A judge in the city of Poltava, Ukraine, has released the alleged leader of the Avalanche malware distribution network, despite the fact the crook was involved in a shootout with the local police special forces that came to arrest him.