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Months-long Interpol crackdown nets more than 1,000 online fraud arrests

by Tim Starks

The sting also intercepted $27 million in illicit funds.

An espionage campaign spread its wings from Myanmar to the Philippines, raising new questions

by Tim Starks

The alleged LuminousMoth campaign leapfrogged through Southeast Asia, while the victim count multiplied by more than 10.

Ransomware strikes AXA shortly after insurer announces it will stop covering extortion fees

by Tim Starks

AXA joins CNA Insurance as a recent ransomware attack victim in the insurance industry.

Flaw in Philippines’ contact-tracing app served up data on 30K health care providers, research finds

by Sean Lyngaas

The flaw has been fixed, but it’s a reminder of how software tools used to combat the pandemic can open up new fronts in data insecurity

Symantec finds that a 'new' Chinese hacking group has actually been around for a decade

by Shannon Vavra

Symantec now says that Thrip is likely another threat group — known Billbug or Lotus Blossom — that has been operating against targets in South Asia for approximately a decade.

Chinese-linked APT10 has been active in the Philippines, researchers say

by Sean Lyngaas

In recent years the group has compromised organizations in the U.S., Europe, and Japan.

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