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Four arrested over London-based '£1m cyber theft' Four people have been arrested and £80,000 in cash seized following the suspected theft of £1m from two banks. Some customers had inadvertently downloaded software enabling their money to be siphoned
British police say four people have been arrested by detectives investigating the suspected theft of 1 million ($1.6 million) from two U.K. banks. Metropolitan Police say cybercrime detectives launched the operation after being alerted that "a number"
The Minister said that there is a need to create a global standard to fight cyber crime. Communications and IT Minister Kapil Sibal today said some nations are found to be indulging in cyber crime , or are employing individuals who are not directly
U.S. cybersecurity company Trend Micro said it expects law enforcement agencies will have a harder time tracking down cybercriminals moving deeper underground. Trend Micro published a report Tuesday highlighting its expectation for cybercrimes in the
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Microsoft , the FBI , and the European CyberCrime Center (EC3) claim to have disrupted computer botnet ZeroAccess, an army of infected computers that fraudulently charged online advertisers millions.
US and Indian police chiefs expressed their "frustration" over the misuse of social media for spreading rumours and misinformation and agreed that the Internet had made policing more complex in both nations at a two-day conference in the capital. "We
The most popular password acquired was "123456", concludes Time.
With growing reluctance of service providers to furnish real time information in cyber crime cases, India will seek active cooperation from the US for setting a joint mechanism to overcome such difficulties. As the two countries plan to meet at the
In a significant development, the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice (Haia) will be equipped with information technology support in its efforts to curb vice and improve investigation skills in cases related to cyber crimes.