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The evolution of cybercrime has hit a peak with ransomware and Bitcoin. One of the strange features of this is how much of it is in public.
A newly-developed app aims to allow both US police officer and driver to stay in their vehicles for routine traffic stops, injecting a level of safety for both parties.
There are a few good reasons to use Bitcoin: It’s global, private and won’t bulk up your wallet. But there’s another more sinister perk.
Just the Beginning: A local US Police force is trying to access the records of an Amazon Echo device as evidence in a murder investigation.
Access to your Microsoft Email Account Disabled? A campaign of fraudulent messages designed to capture your online identity via a fake website.
NEC Are Looking Out For Criminal Activity: Monitoring and analysing suspicious behavior has become a pressing need for law enforcement.
Ukrainian-based hackers hold a local Texas Police Force network server for ransom, resulting in the loss of video evidence.
When confronted with what appears to be a crypto-ransomware demand many UK businesses pay up too quickly.
A 55% year-on-year rise in the value of reported fraud to £1.1bn is a warning about increasing cyber-crime.