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Alleged cyberstalker unmasked by VPN logs

A Massachusetts man was arrested on cyberstalking charges after the online activities he tried to hide through VPN use were revealed by logs provided by PureVPN. “It is …

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FBI unmasks Tor-using suspected sextortionist

A California man that stands accused of sextortion, producing child pornography, and threats of mass violence has been identified by the FBI through the use of a so-called …

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Think twice before buying a smart toy for your child

For a while now, security researchers have been warning about the security and privacy dangers of many popular “smart” toys. While consumer protection …

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Internet crime: The continuing rise of the BEC scam

Through its website, the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) accepts complaints about Internet-facilitated criminal activity, and forwards them to the …

Kaspersky Lab
US intelligence chiefs don’t trust Kaspersky Lab software

The big question in Thursday’s intelligence hearing on worldwide threats before the US Senate Intelligence Committee was whether the Russian government interfered with …

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Cyber criminals targeting healthcare orgs’ FTP servers

FBI’s Cyber Division has sent out another notification to healthcare organizations, alerting them to the danger of cyber criminals using their FTP servers for various …

Police
Lithuanian arrested for $100 million BEC scams

Criminal charges were announced against Evaldas Rimasauskas for orchestrating a fraudulent business email compromise (BEC) scheme that induced two U.S.-based Internet …

FBI
Google publishes eight national security letters

Have you ever wondered what a national security letter (NSL) received by Google looks like? Well, wonder no more, as the Internet giant has published eight of them. Along with …

Expedia
Former Expedia IT support worker spied on company executives

A computer support technician formerly employed at Expedia offices in San Francisco pleaded guilty to securities fraud. Jonathan Ly, 28, admitted he used his position in tech …

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Unregulated use of facial recognition tech threatens people’s privacy, civil rights

Facial recognition tech is a boon to law enforcement, but without strict regulation and safeguards, it poses considerable risks to the privacy, civil liberties, and civil …

Arrest
Two arrested for allegedly hacking senior US government officials

Andrew Otto Boggs, aka INCURSIO, and Justin Gray Liverman, aka D3F4ULT, were arrested on charges related to their alleged roles in the computer hacking of several senior US …

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FBI doesn’t need a warrant to hack a suspect’s computer, US judge rules

A senior US district judge has decided that the warrant authorizing the search of a suspect’s home computer by the FBI was issued based of probable cause, but even if it …

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