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The U.S. Justice Department announced charges on Wednesday against three dozen individuals thought to be key members of ‘Infraud,” a long-running cybercrime forum that federal prosecutors say cost consumers more than a half billion dollars. In conjunction with the forum takedown, 13 alleged Infraud members from the United States and six other countries were arrested.

A screenshot of the Infraud forum, circa Oct. 2014. Like most other crime forums, it had special sections dedicated to vendors of virtually every kind of cybercriminal goods or services imaginable. Click to enlarge.

Started in October 2010,...
Newtek Business Services Corp. [NASDAQ:NEWT], a Web services conglomerate that operates more than 100,000 business Web sites and some 40,000 managed technology accounts, had several of its core domain names stolen over the weekend. The theft shut off email and stranded Web sites for many of Newtek’s customers.

An email blast Newtek sent to customers late Saturday evening made no mention of a breach or incident, saying only that the company was changing domains due to “increased” security. A copy of that message can be read here (PDF).

In reality, three of their core domains were hijacked by a Vietnamese hacker, who replaced the login page many Newtek customers used to remotely manage their Web...
Malware hunters from US security firm Forcepoint have stumbled across a new strain of Point of Sale (PoS) malware, the second such type of PoS malware that hides stolen credit/debit card information inside DNS requests.

The first PoS malware that was first seen employing this technique was a lesser known version of the NewPosThings PoS malware —named MULTIGRAIN—, discovered in April 2016 by fellow US cyber-security firm FireEye.

But while MULTIGRAIN had been used in real-world attacks, Forcepoint says it did not find any evidence suggesting this new strain of PoS malware —named UDPoS— has made any victims as of yet.

UDPoS less sophisticated than similar PoS malware strains...
Japanese police have arrested a 17-year-old boy on suspicion of creating malware that steals private keys (passwords) that are used to access cryptocurrency wallets. He's also under investigation for using these passwords to steal funds from victims, albeit no charges have been filed.

According to an arrest warrant seen by Mainichi Shimbun reporters, the teenager hid the malware he created inside an application for viewing cryptocurrency market data in real time.

The teen then shared the trojanized app online. Police say that one of the places he shared his program was a forum for Monacoin users. Monacoin is just one of the many Bitcoin-offshoot cryptocurrencies, advertised as "the first Japanese cryptocurrency," and currently ranked 88th on CoinMarketCap based on market value....
A UK court has sentenced a 19-year-old teenager to eight years in prison for buying a car bomb on the Dark Web with the intention of killing his parents.

Officers of the UK National Crime Agency's Armed Operations Unit (AOU) arrested Gurtej Randhawa of Wolverhampton in May last year.

Authorities say the teenager had ordered a bomb from a Dark Web portal, which he was supposed to receive via a postal package. Unbeknown to Randhawa, he tried to buy the explosive device from an undercover FBI agent selling the product on AlphaBay, a now-defunct Dark Web marketplace. The FBI alerted UK officials, who arranged the delivery of a dummy device.

Officers arrested Randhawa after he accepted the package and tried to test the device. Two other women, of 45 and 18, were also arrested at the same...
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Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck announced today that it lost over 500 million NEM tokens, worth over $500 million at the time of the incident.

The company admitted to being hacked earlier today in a conference with local media. Coincheck said it alerted local law enforcement after detecting the hack.

Coincheck officials are currently pondering a method of compensating some of the users who suffered losses, according to a user who live-tweeted the Coincheck conference [1, 2].

Rumors started circulating earlier this morning
Users started suspecting something was wrong after Coincheck suspended NEM deposits...










A new information stealing Trojan called Evrial is being sold on criminal forums and being actively distributed in the wild. Like most infostealing Trojans, Evrial can steal browser cookies and stored credentials, but this Trojan also has the ability to monitor the Windows clipboard for certain text, and if detected, modify it to something else.

First discovered and tracked by security researchers MalwareHunterTeam and Guido Not CISSP, by monitoring the Windows clipboard for certain strings, Evrial makes it easy for attackers to hijack cryptocurrency payments and Steam trades. This is done by replacing legitimate payment addresses and URLs with addresses under the attacker's control....
A new variant of the Satori botnet has sprung back to life, and this one is hacking into Claymore mining rigs and replacing the device owner's mining credentials with the attacker's own.

The attacks started on January 8, a Qihoo 360 Netlab security researcher has told Bleeping Computer. Analysis of the malware's code suggests the same person behind the original Satori bot is behind this new wave as well.

Brief history of the Satori botnet
The Satori botnet appeared in early December 2017 and was a heavily modified version of the infamous Mirai IoT DDoS malware.

Satori did not use brute-force attacks to break into devices using default and weak credentials —like the original Mirai— but used exploit code to take over devices running with strong credentials, but...
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) announced today they've charged a 27-year-old man named Jordan Evan Bloom for running LeakedSource.com, a website that compiled public data breaches, including cleartext passwords, and sold access to this information for a few dollars.

Bloom will appear in a Canadian court today after RCMP officers charged him on December 22, last year, on charges of trafficking in identity information, unauthorized use of a computer, mischief to data, and possession of property obtained by crime.

Canadian police said they began investigating Bloom in 2016 after they learned that LeakedSource was being hosted on servers located in Quebec.

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It took Chinese police only four days to arrest a hacker they believe breached the servers of two Hong Kong travel agencies, stole their data, and then asked for a ransom in Bitcoin.

The hacks took place in the first days of January and hit Big Line Holiday and Goldjoy Travel.

Neither police or the travel agencies revealed how the hacker got in, but they said he obtained a copy of their databases, which included customer names, ID numbers, passport numbers, telephone numbers, and in some cases, payment card details.

After making copies of these databases, the hacker emailed both companies, threatening to release the data online unless he was paid a ransom of 1 Bitcoin (around $15,000 at the time of the ransom demand). The hacker claimed to have information on around 200,000...
Amazon Refunding is the Art of getting Your Money Back while
at the same time keeping Your product/s.
Even if the Account it Not Yours (Cracked) A refund can be done & You can have Items shipped 100% FREE of cost.
So, You're probably asking "How do I do it?"
Here's the Things You Need
1. An Amazon Account (Personal Or Cracked)
2. Make sure the Account has Recent Orders (within 1 Year)
And Write down the Order#'s of the orders You want to Refund
(Must be sold DIRECTLY from amazon themselves)
3. Write Down Name, Address, Phone # & Shown CC info
4. Contact Amazon live chat.
Give Any Info They ask for
(That's what Info gathered in Step 3 is for)
5. Follow Script Below
Amazon Agent: Welcome to Amazon, How can I assist You today?

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In 2017, the number of command and control (C&C) servers used for managing IoT botnets has more than doubled, going from 393 in 2016 to 943 in 2017.

The number is based on statistics provided by Spamhaus, an organization that aggregates data on abusive web hosts as part of several blacklists.

Botnets IP total grew by 32%
In a summary report for the past year, Spamhaus says it indexed over 9,500 new botnet C&C servers in 2017, a 32% increase from the previous year.

This number includes the IP addresses of C&C servers for botnets made up from many types of devices, not just IoT devices.

The 9,500+ figure also includes detections of C&C servers for all sorts of cybercrime activity, such as C&C servers used to control DD0S botnets, spam networks, banking trojans,...