Thieves Used Audio Deepfake of a CEO to Steal $243,000
The heist is just a preview of how unprepared we are for AI-powered cybercrime.
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Cops Hijack Botnet, Remotely Wipe Malware From 850,000 Computers
Police in France took down a large cryptocurrency-mining malware operation with the help of a cybersecurity firm.
Netflix caved to the Saudis and pulled Hasan Minhaj episode that criticized the government
The episode allegedly violated the kingdom’s local anti-cybercrime law
Hackers and drug dealers are offering Black Friday deals
“Black Friday has had the unintended consequence of emboldening and enabling profit-seeking cyber criminals.”
A Handy Guide for Not Getting Blackmailed Over Your Nudes
Sexting is never easy. Here’s how to prevent it from becoming a national disaster, like for example, if you are a prominent politician like Tony Clement.
There's a Spike of Sextortion Incidents in This Canadian City
Burnaby, British Columbia, has faced two dozen reports in just three months.
A Former Hacker Shares the Most Twisted Things He Did
By 2006, he was on America’s most wanted list. Today, Brett Johnson protects others from the crimes he helped pioneer.
Criminals are racing to cash out their bitcoin. Here's how they're doing it.
It’s getting harder for the people who drove cryptocurrency’s initial value to reap the rewards.
Friday’s massive ransomware cyberattack will probably get worse, experts warn
Ottawa drafted plans to allow warrantless access of your data while still ‘consulting’ the public
Documents obtained by VICE News show the government wanted to restart a program that had been declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, and kept secret a report about their plans
Why indictments in the Yahoo hack could be just political theater
The U.S. government says Russia recruited a notorious cybercriminal for Yahoo hack