The ransomware gang Babuk released the personal details of several Metropolitan Police Department officers—essentially a full dox—in an attempt to extort the department into paying a ransom to stop further leaks.
The offer was part of an internal test at Plaid. If people’s employers didn't provide permission, Plaid may run afoul of U.S. hacking laws.
“Our goal is to make money, and not creating problems for society,” the statement continues.
As part of the trial against Epic Games, Apple released emails that show that 128 million users, of which 18 million were in the U.S., downloaded apps containing malware known as XCodeGhost from the App Store.
The majority of old phone numbers are still tied to important online accounts that can be easily taken over by hackers.
The company is making some changes to encourage more people to adopt a key digital security mechanism.
Dark.fail includes links to dark web markets. A scammer tricked a domain registrar into transferring ownership of the domain with a fake document.
A week after iOS 14.5, there's a new emergency update to fix two new serious vulnerabilities.
Argyle says it provides access to employment and payroll history. Buying login details may fall afoul of U.S. hacking laws.
"We don’t know how we will pay for rent and bills and be able to provide for our families."
As more investors and criminals move to hardware wallets to secure their funds, the IRS is looking for new methods to access those wallets in criminal investigations.
Scammers have been spoofing Target's delivery company Shipt's phone number in order to steal its gig workers' earnings by phishing their credentials from them.