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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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EFF on the UN Cybercrime Treaty

Schneier on Security

EFF has a good explainer on the problems with the new UN Cybercrime Treaty, currently being negotiated in Vienna. Cybercrime Treaty is necessary, we’ve been closely scrutinizing the process and providing constructive analysis.

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Cybercrime Actors Behind Agent Tesla Campaigns Unmasked

Penetration Testing

In a report, Check Point Research (CPR) has lifted the veil of anonymity surrounding two cybercrime actors responsible for recent Agent Tesla malware campaigns.

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Nigeria, Romania, Russia, U.S. Among Top Cybercrime Nations

Security Boulevard

Russia and Ukraine topped a list of cybercrime-producing nations, followed by China and the United States, with African nation Nigeria rounding out the top five. Among Top Cybercrime Nations appeared first on Security Boulevard. The post Nigeria, Romania, Russia, U.S.

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Cryptocurrencies and cybercrime: A critical intermingling

Security Affairs

As cryptocurrencies have grown in popularity, there has also been growing concern about cybercrime involvement in this sector Cryptocurrencies have revolutionized the financial world, offering new investment opportunities and decentralized transactions.

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AlphaLock, Threat Actor Branding, and the World of Cybercrime Marketing

Security Boulevard

Threat actors are not a monolith in their approach to cybercrime. The post AlphaLock, Threat Actor Branding, and the World of Cybercrime Marketing appeared first on Security Boulevard. The popular perception is that threat actors steal information for the sake of it, while knowing and accepting that they are doing something wrong.

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Stupid Human Tricks: Top 10 Cybercrime Cases of 2023

Security Boulevard

Mark Rasch examines 2023 cybercrime cases that appear to be the most impactful—not the most extensive or expensive—just the most “interesting.” The post Stupid Human Tricks: Top 10 Cybercrime Cases of 2023 appeared first on Security Boulevard.