Who’s likely to win the 2018 World Cup? Artificial intelligence bots provide an answer

Over the years, a number of methods have been concocted for predicting the winner of the most widely-watched sporting event in the world – the World Cup. And this year is no different. While the task of making such predictions has often fallen to ……

Following Copyright Law Should Be Enough—Even When Payment Processors Say it Isn’t

Imagine running an online business for 17 years, only to have your ability to collect payments suddenly turned off. No real explanation. It’s happened to Roz and Nir Arbel now—twice. The Arbels run an online community called Soulseek. Originally intended to be a dating service,…

British hacker who stopped WannaCry virus accused of lying to FBI

… last year’s NHS cyber attack has been accused of lying … hero for stopping the WannaCry cyber attack in 2017 which crippled computers … a computer virus used to attack banks. The four new charges … sold and later used to attack computers in…

Fugitive Fentanyl Analogue Dealer Indicted in Chicago

After two years on the run in Mexico, Rolando Estrada, 42, returned to the United States to face furanyl fentanyl importation and distribution charges. His arrest and extradition involved collaboration between the United States Marshals Service, the Federal Police, Federal Immigration Agents, and other law…

How a Phone Upgrade Sent a Pedophile to Prison

A so-called “sex-obsessed loner” will be spending the next three years in prison for downloading and possessing hours of child abuse videos he had downloaded from chatrooms and forums on both the darknet and clearnet. Although the 21-year-old’s “obsession with sex” led to his prison…

Alphabay Vendor “PeterTheGreat” Sentenced to 15 Years

Ana Milena Barrero, a darknet fentanyl dealer, was sentenced to 15 years in prison, according to United States Attorney Beth Drake. Barrero sold various opioids on Alphabay under the username “PeterTheGreat” until her arrest in early 2017. According to information found in the criminal complaint…

Why phishing attacks still win and what you can do about it, Part I

In the last few years we have seen a fundamental shift in cybercriminal tactics leveraging social engineering techniques. Among the most effective of these techniques are phishing attacks, where cybercriminals… VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Why phishing attacks still win and what you can do about…