With victims refusing to pay, cybercriminal gangs are now releasing stolen photos of cancer patients and sensitive student records.
The world’s most prolific crypto thieves have used Sinbad.io to launder tens of millions. Its creator, “Mehdi,” answers WIRED’s questions.
SweepWizard, an app that law enforcement used to coordinate raids, left sensitive information about hundreds of police operations publicly accessible.
On cybercrime forums, user complaints about being duped may accidentally expose their real identities.
It was the largest dark-web drug and crime bazaar in history, run by a technological mastermind who seemed untouchable—until his tech was turned against him.
911[.]re, a proxy service that since 2015 has sold access to hundreds of thousands of Microsoft Windows computers daily, announced this week that it is shutting down in the wake of a data breach that destroyed key components of its…
Motherboard is publishing parts of the code for the Anom encrypted messaging app, which was secretly managed by the FBI in order to monitor organized crime on a global scale.
New details connect police in India to a plot to plant evidence on victims' computers that led to their arrest.