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From Cybercrime Saul Goodman to the Russian GRU

Krebs on Security

In 2021, the exclusive Russian cybercrime forum Mazafaka was hacked. Launched in 2001 under the tagline “Network terrorism,” Mazafaka would evolve into one of the most guarded Russian-language cybercrime communities. Mark Rasch , a former cybercrime prosecutor for the U.S. As well as the cost of my services.”

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Bluebottle Cybercrime Group Is Targeting Banks in African Countries

Heimadal Security

A cybercrime group going by the name of Bluebottle has been linked to a set of attacks aimed at the financial sector in Francophone countries located in Africa, in the timeline between July and September 2022. The post Bluebottle Cybercrime Group Is Targeting Banks in African Countries appeared first on Heimdal Security Blog.

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LabHost cybercrime service lets anyone phish Canadian bank users

Bleeping Computer

The Phishing as a Service (PhaaS) platform 'LabHost' has been helping cybercriminals target North American banks, particularly financial institutes in Canada, causing a notable increase in activity. [.]

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Grandoreiro Banking Trojan is back and targets banks worldwide

Security Affairs

A new Grandoreiro banking trojan campaign has been ongoing since March 2024, following the disruption by law enforcement in January. IBM X-Force warns of a new Grandoreiro banking trojan campaign that has been ongoing since March 2024. The banking Trojan is likely operated as a Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS).

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Evolve Bank data breach impacted over 7.6 million individuals

Security Affairs

The Lockbit ransomware attack on Evolve Bank has compromised the personal information of over 7.6 At the end of June, the LockBit gang announced that it had breached the systems of the Federal Reserve of the United States and exfiltrated 33 TB of sensitive data, including “Americans’ banking secrets.” million individuals.

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Hacker arrested for selling bank accounts of US, Canadian users

Bleeping Computer

Ukraine's cyber police arrested a 31-year-old for running a cybercrime operation that gained access to bank accounts of American and Canadian users and sold it on the dark web. [.]

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What is the Cybercrime Atlas? How it can help disrupt cybercrime

CSO Magazine

Announced in June 2022, the Cybercrime Atlas is an initiative from the World Economic Forum (WEF) to map activities of cybercriminals and create a database that can be used by law enforcement across the world to disrupt the cyber-criminal ecosystem. From this, 13 major known threat actors were the initial focus.