Hackers target mobile users in Italy and Spain, taking advantage of coronavirus hot spots
It's a reminder of the cruel opportunism with which many cybercriminals approach the crisis.
European police nab 26 suspects in SIM swapping dragnet
The attacks were anything but unique. Still, they worked.
Twitter scrubs nearly 5,000 accounts tied to state-backed information operations
The takedown also highlights the difficulty of correct attribution.
Alleged FIN7 hacking director Andrii Kolpakov set to be extradited to the U.S.
Prosecutors say Andrii Kolpakov posed as a legitimate, high-level penetration tester as part of the FIN7 group's crime spree, which included the theft of 15 million payment card numbers.
Russian spammer and hacker Peter Levashov extradited to United States
Russian authorities have accused the U.S. of “hunting” and “kidnapping” its citizens. Levashov's lawyers says politics is behind the case.
Western allies consider offensive cyberwarfare agreement as Russia launches plan for ‘independent internet’
The agreement, being hammered out by the Denmark, Germany, Norway, Spain, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States, may be solidified by 2019.