fraud

Romanian hackers accused of stealing credit card numbers via the Subway fast food

Publication Wired.com reports that the U.S. government of New Hampshire has arrested four hackers, who came to the United States from Romania. Four of criminals accused of attacks on visitors credit-cards, about two hundred American retailers. According to the Court of New Hampshire, detained young men have been able with the help of technical means and(…)

Police will not charge penalties from people watching internet porn

Police will not charge penalties from people watching internet porn. However, fraudulent messages that appear as pop-ups and position themselves as messages from the police, say that a user’s computer is locked for viewing adult content. Fraud victims reported that they have to pay a fine of 100 pounds to supposedly restore access to your computer. Details(…)

Three of the criminals in New York charged with skimming

In New York three people were charged by the fact that they used skimming devices to POS terminals in Manhattan, to steal card numbers and carry out fraudulent transactions. Nikolai Ivanov (31), Dimitar Stamati (28) and Jordan Ivanov (24) last week received the act containing the charge in 81 cases of fraud. Charges that include identity(…)

12 Christmas scams from McAfee

On the eve of Christmas and New Year more and more people spend on the Internet – buying gifts, planning a meeting with the family and, of course, use of Internet and mobile banking in order to see how the material terms of all our plans really. But before all the preparations, the users would(…)

Con artists lure investors to bogus sites and promise to return money

The North American Association of Securities Administrators (North American Securities Administrators Association, NASAA) has closed a site that has used its information to mislead investors. Association, an international group dedicated to the protection of investors, sent a letter with an order to close the site of the State Securities Commission (State Securities Commission), which presented(…)

Moscow police detained fraud in online banking

The staff of the Moscow department of economic security and to combat corruption have been detained by members of an organized criminal group, trades fraud in online banking. The press office of the Chief Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation in Moscow. According to the department information, intruders by introducing malicious(…)

Browser zombie risen from obscurity

Fraudulent browser has risen from obscurity a few years after security experts have finished with them. Yapbrowser was first discovered in 2006, he posed as a full-featured Web browser. In fact, this program was packed with advertising infamous (now inactive) site Zango. Customers who used the browser, instead of any required them to be redirected to a(…)

Con artists promote fake antivirus software through calls to Skype

Distributors of fake antivirus programs turned to Skype, and use automated messages to force users to buy useless software for  “security.” Fraud occurs through calls to Skype, in which an automated message warns potential victims that their computer security “obsolete.” Victims are invited to visit a website that sells fake anti-virus software for $ 19.95. One(…)

Fraudulent shops go for free domains

Instead of breaking existing sites, hackers prefer to create their own on a free service. Tk. Researchers found more than 6 million domains linking to online stores that distribute malicious software. Zscaler company says that because the Web sites. Tk are free, it is not surprising that they are criminals.Scammers and spammers are using them to(…)

Sony accusses Anonymous of hacking

Sony Reported That the hacker Group Anonymous indirectly Associated with loss information, Have a negative impact on ITS customers and May Have Taken More Directly involved in Theft of data from a Database Company . In a letter to US Congress Kazuo Hirai, the head of Sony Computer Entertainment America, said that the hacking to(…)