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Uber failed to screen out criminals from its drivers, prosecutors say

IDG News | 2015.08.21 18:15

District attorneys in San Francisco and Los Angeles issued their charges in an amended complaint.

GameOver ZeuS criminals spied on Turkey, Georgia, Ukraine and OPEC

IDG News | 2015.08.07 17:20

The criminals behind the GameOver ZeuS Botnet didn't just steal $100 million from banks -- they also spied on several countries on behalf of Russia, according to a Black Hat presentation Wednesday by an FBI agent and two other security experts.

Australian Government backs free Cryptolocker decryption tool

IDG News | 2014.08.08 10:26

Security vendors FireEye and Fox IT have launched a Web tool which allows victims of Cryptolocker Malware attacks to decrypt files without paying ransom to cybercriminals.

Researchers: Microsoft will pull trigger on emergency IE patch

IDG News | 2013.01.10 09:45

Uptick in attacks, bypasses of recommended workarounds will force Microsoft to fix flaw criminals already using to hijack Windows PCs.

Russian cybercriminals earned $4.5 billion in 2011

IDG News | 2012.04.24 14:02

Russian-speaking hackers earned an estimated $4.5 billion globally using various online criminal tactics and are thus responsible for 36% of the estimated total of $12.5 billion earned globally by cybercriminals in 2011, Russian security analyst firm Group-IB said in a report published on Tuesday.

US lawmakers question cloud security

IDG News | 2011.10.07 10:46

Large clouds could make for a tempting target for cybercriminals, Lungren says.

Hackers steal Hotmail messages thanks to Web flaw

IDG News | 2011.05.25 11:23

Criminals recently spent more than a week siphoning e-mail messages from Hotmail users' accounts, thanks to a programming bug in Microsoft's website.

A Wi-Fi virus outbreak?

IDG News | 2008.01.04 15:51

If criminals were to target unsecured wireless routers, they could create an attack that could piggyback across thousands of Wi-Fi networks in urban areas like Chicago or New York City, according to researchers at Indiana University.

Firefox vulnerable to password-stealing attack

IDG News | 2006.11.23 09:47

A flaw in Mozilla Corp.'s Firefox browser makes it easy for cybercriminals to steal user information on Web sites where users create their own pages, such as MySpace.com.

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