The "Fxmsp" hacker collective has been advertising source code that it claims to have stolen from three top U.S. anti-virus software development firms, as well as remote access to the companies' neworks, warns fraud-prevention firm Advanced Intelligence.
Accounting software giant Wolters Kluwer is continuing to attempt to recover from a malware attack that has disrupted access to its cloud-based tax and accountancy software, which the company says is used by most major U.S. accounting firms and global banks. Some users say they've been left unable to do their jobs.
Hackers stole 7,000 bitcoins, valued at about $41 million, from Binance, one of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchanges, the company confirmed Wednesday. The incident is the latest in a string of thefts from cryptocurrency exchanges around the world.
The DeepDotWeb portal, which provided a guide to darknet marketplaces, has been shut down and its alleged administrators arrested. Police say the suspected lead administrator, an Israeli based in Brazil who has been arrested at a Paris airport, amassed bitcoins for referral fees worth millions of dollars.
A sophisticated nation-state spy network has quietly exploited a backdoor in Microsoft Exchange servers that gave attackers unprecedented access to the emails of at least three targets over five years, security firm ESET warns.
In the latest incident, an attack targeted about 200 online campus stores in the U.S. and Canada, Trend Micro reports. But this attack apparently was waged by a new group.
Despite a doxing of its targets and tools in March, the advanced persistent threat group known as OilRig remains a significant threat to governments and businesses, researchers at Palo Alto Network's Unit 42 report.
A Ukrainian national is facing wire fraud and other charges stemming from his alleged involvement in a years-long malvertising scheme that infected millions of PCs around the world. Authorities allege that he created a botnet that other cybercriminals could rent out.
With cyberattacks, online espionage and data breaches happening at a seemingly nonstop pace, Western intelligence agencies are bringing many of their capabilities out of the shadows to help businesses and individuals better safeguard themselves and respond. We need all the help we can get.
German police have disrupted Wall Street Market and arrested its alleged administrators, who apparently "exit scammed" with $13 million in bitcoins, while U.S. authorities detained two of the site's alleged top narcotics vendors. Separately, Finnish police disrupted Silkkitie, aka Valhalla Marketplace.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange returned to court on Thursday and told a British judge that he would not voluntarily accept extradition to the U.S. to face a charge of helping to hack into a Pentagon computer, setting up a legal fight that could take months.
An Australian security researcher who pleaded guilty to several charges related to probing the network of popular car-sharing service GoGet has avoided jail time. Nik Cubrilovic was sentenced to 400 hours of community service and must pay restitution to GoGet.
On Wednesday, a British judge sentenced WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to 50 weeks in prison for violating the terms of his bail after he sought political asylum in Ecuador's U.K. embassy in 2012. Now he faces possible extradition to the U.S. to face a charge of "conspiracy to commit computer intrusion."
Cybercriminals have stolen customer data from Citycomp, a German IT company whose clients include Oracle, Volkswagen, Airbus, Ericsson, Toshiba British Telecom and many others. After Citycomp didn't pay a ransom, the hackers posted the data online.
Russian national Anton Bogdanov has been charged with stealing more than $1.5 million from the Internal Revenue Service via a tax return fraud scheme. He was arrested last November while on vacation in Thailand, at U.S. request, and subsequently extradited.