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Hyderabad: The Hyderabad cybercrime police said they had prevented fraudulent transactions and recovered Rs.28 lakh that was filched by fraudsters from victims in the city. In the first case, on July 16, a victim approached the cybercrime NCRP police after losing Rs.2 lakh from his bank account due to a KYC fraud. The team immediately...
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PRESS RELEASE BOSTON, July 16, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Cybercrimes like dealer system hacks, identity theft, and breaches are wreaking havoc on the auto industry. As the industry becomes more technology-driven, increasingly sophisticated cybercriminals are finding more opportunities to strike. In fact, the auto sector is now the third most targeted behind healthcare and financial services. The recent...
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University students who participated in a study abroad program in South Korea were: Justin K. Bauer, a criminal justice major from Staten Island, New York, and member of the University’s class of 2025; Jacob Haley, a cybercrime and homeland security major from Pembroke, Massachusetts, and member of the University’s class of 2026; Anthony M. Knof,...
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Shafaq News/ Kurdish security forces in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (Asayish) announced the capture of a dangerous international cybercrime gang leader on Wednesday evening. The gang, led by a woman, is accused of extorting over 250 victims via Facebook. Asayish stated that the arrest followed precise information gathering and location identification by the technical...
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Researchers say cybercriminals in Iraq appear to be responsible for secretly malicious Python code posted to the popular PyPl repository. The script runs as part of an infected package downloaded from PyPI, and the cybercriminals use the malware to exfiltrate sensitive user data to a Telegram chatbot linked to multiple cybercriminal operations based in Iraq,...
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The threat of cybercrime perpetrated against municipalities continues to mutate into more sophisticated and life-threatening schemes.  “If I had to tell you what keeps me up at night, it’s not necessarily the garden variety ransomware,” said Omid Rahmani, an associate director for U.S. public finance at Fitch Ratings “It’s the advanced, nation-state, havoc-based attacks. These...
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DAKAR, Senegal — (AP) — In a global operation targeting West African organized crime groups across five continents, police arrested 300 people, seized $3 million and blocked 720 bank accounts, Interpol said Tuesday. Operation Jackal III, which ran from 10 April to 3 July in 21 countries, aimed to fight online financial fraud and the...
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Cybercrimes are increasing across the globe and the United States. However, the increase differs depending on what state you live in, and unfortunately, Arizona is one of the states whose rates of cybercrime are increasing drastically. Read on to find out more about cybercrime levels in Arizona and what both business owners and individuals can...
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One of the most dangerous cybercrime crews around,has expanded its arsenal to include two additional ransomware payloads, Microsoft security experts have revealed. A thread on X/Twitter posted by cybersecurity researchers at Microsoft outlined how Octo Tempest, known for its “sophisticated social engineering techniques, identity compromise, and persistence,” is now utilizing RansomHub and Qilin.  In the...
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An international law enforcement operation targeting the sprawling West African organized crime and cyber fraud ecosystem led to 300 arrests, $3 million in assets seized and 720 blocked bank accounts, Interpol said Wednesday. The arrests — made across five continents — came as part of Operation Jackal III, Interpol said in a statement, which ran from April...
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