Fake devices look real but are rife with unpatched operated systems, outdated kernels, and a universe of dodgy backdoors and malware, researchers have found.
U.S. officials declined to say how many people entered the country on these fake documents.
For a start: fake cigarettes might have chunks of plastic in them, and counterfeit airbags are more likely to explode and kill you than the car crash itself.
With the fentanyl being disguised as prescription pills and entering the MDMA, cocaine, and meth supplies in the province, doing drugs is becoming more dangerous.
Bootleg fentanyl from China has flooded the illicit opioid market in both the US and Canada.
Over Goldschlager, the world's self-dubbed best counterfeiter tells us how he got caught, but is still a free man.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew was really into the idea of putting a woman on money, but then he saw Lin Miranda-Manuel's musical.
A smartphone camera's flash and some fancy processing algorithms are all that's needed to verify the authenticity of whatever the ink has been applied to.
Miki's traveled to Beijing 88 times in the last 15 years to procure knockoff goods for his "boutique."
Fake antimalarial pills sold on the black market have helped create a drug resistant malaria strain. We look at who's selling them and the problems they're causing.