electronic fraud

The government of France announced the arrest of thirteen people accused of having hacked the account of a nurse to create more than 60,000 COVID-19 passes. Although their names areRead More →

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) reports that Israeli citizen Tal Prihar has been sentenced to eight years in prison for his participation in the administration of DeepDotWeb (DDW), aRead More →

After a huge increase in phishing case reports, banks in Singapore will begin implementing a new set of security mechanisms, including removing all links attached to emails sent to theirRead More →

The United Kingdom National Crime Agency (NCA) announced the conviction of an individual responsible for operating a variant of the popular variant of fraud known as the romance scam. OsagieRead More →

The team behind UniCC, the largest dark web platform for selling stolen credit cards, has announced the definitive closure after having earned almost $360 million USD, but not before thankingRead More →

During the last week, several players of the popular soccer video game FIFA 22 reported that their Electronic Arts online accounts were hacked. The incident would also have affected popularRead More →

A recent report details the operation of a financial and electronic fraud operation deployed by a highly sophisticated and stealthy hacking group, capable of compromising bank transaction processing systems andRead More →

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) determined that the rights to all content related to the sex trafficking case on the adult platforms GirlsDoPorn and GirlsDoToys must be granted toRead More →

Aleksandr Grichishkin, a 34-year-old Russian citizen identified as the founder of a renowned bulletproof hosting service has been sentenced to 60 months in prison because his platform served various cybercriminalRead More →