Hackers are now selling ‘Raccoon’ data-stealing malware as a $200 monthly service
A new kind of trojan malware is fast gaining currency among cybercriminals for its capability to steal sensitive information, such as credit card data, cryptocurrency wallets, and email credentials.
Cybercriminals Sneak in Crypto Mining Malware via Confluence Software Exploit
Cybercriminals are now reportedly exploiting known vulnerability CVE-2019-3396 in the software Confluence, a workspace productivity tool made by Atlassian, according to a report by security intelligence firm Trend Micro Inc. on May 7.
Romanian cybercriminals convicted on 21 counts of fraud
On April 11, the United States Department of Justice announced that they had convicted two Romanian cybercriminals on 21 counts of computer and wire fraud. The two were convicted of spreading malware which infected over 400,000 computers, allowing them to steal credit card information as well as to use those computers to illegally mine for cryptocurrency according to the DOJ.
DOJ’s Rosenstein: Regulators Can’t Let Criminals ‘Hide Behind’ Crypto
U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has called for international cooperation in investigating crimes conducted using cryptocurrencies at an annual meeting of Interpol.
AMLO sounds alarm over cryptocurrency-fuelled scams
THE MONEY laundering watchdog is considering creating its own digital wallet to tackle cybercrime related to cryptocurrencies, an Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO) official said at a Bangkok seminar last week.