Attackers are brute-forcing remote desktop software to infect point-of-sale devices with relatively new malware known as Backoff.
Daniel Stratman was a senior at University of Nebraska-Lincoln when he was arrested for hacking into the university's computer system and accessing personal information.
Lauri Love allegedly stole the information of more than 100,000 government employees and is already facing charges in New Jersey and New York.
Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance announced on Monday that six individuals are charged for their roles in a global scheme that defrauded StubHub out of $1 million.
Indictments unsealed in the Northern District of Georgia on Monday charge members of three separate Android app piracy groups.
The Russian Foreign Ministry lodged a protest with the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, demanding the return of Roman Seleznev.
A 17-year-old in Norway was arrested and charged with launching distributed denial-of-service attacks against banks and other companies in the country.
Stephen Su is accused of accessing U.S. firms' systems, including defense contractors Boeing and Lockheed Martin.
Attackers are targeting hotel business center computers with keylogger malware, according to a U.S. Secret Service advisory to companies in the hospitality industry.
A man arrested in Germany and extradited to the United States in 2012 pleaded guilty to bank fraud on Friday for his role in a global operation that netted $14 million within 48 hours.
For his role in massive phishing scheme involving stolen payment card data, a Romanian man was sentenced on Tuesday to 45 months in prison.
Roman Seleznev, son of a Russian lawmaker, was picked up in Maldives and taken into U.S. custody in Guam, three years after being indicted.
Australia-based Bitcoins Reserve lost more than $62,000 after phishers began targeting bidders interested in the auction of 30,000 Bitcoins confiscated in the Silk Road takedown.
Cameron Lacroix, who recently plead guilty to computer hacking and payment card theft, faces new charges related to the hacking of Zendesk, which provides helpdesk services to Twitter.
Popular video sharing service DailyMotion was compromised on June 28, redirecting users to the Sweet Orange Exploit kit.
RSA has revealed the extent of bolware attacks in the country, which have remained a pervasive issue in the financial sector.
The legal action was taken to disrupt the spread of remote access trojans njRAT and njw0rm.
A 17-year-old London teen has been charged with computer misuse, fraud and money laundering offenses, partly for his role in the 2013 Spamhaus DDoS attacks.
A Pasco-Hernando State College student has been arrested and charged with 11 felony computer fraud charges after hacking into student accounts.
A Massachusetts man pleaded guilty on Monday to hacking into the computer networks of law enforcement agencies and an educational institution, as well as with stealing financial account information.
The three agencies will share resources with the Financial Cyber Crimes Task Force, which will be based out of the FBI's New York field office.
A blind man has been sentenced to two years in prison after a court found him guilty of hacking into the mobile accounts of prominent African politicians and business men and stealing airtime.
A large hedge fund was the victim of a complex cyber attack in late 2013 that ended up costing the organization millions of dollars.
Police in Everett, Wash., working with the Secret Service, found that hackers stole credit card data from POS systems at 40 carwashes nationwide.
Future smartphones released by tech giants Microsoft and Google will include a "kill switch" feature that would allow users to disable the devices if they're lost or stolen.
Following a DDoS attack, attackers deleted sensitive data and put code hosting and project management services provider Code Spaces out of business.
Timothy French was arrested by the FBI on June 11 and charged on Monday with conspiracy to commit computer fraud and abuse.
The official discussion forum of Evernote has been hacked, leaving users' profile information accessible to attackers.
A hacker group that stole data on 650,000 French and Belgian Domino's customers is threatening to release the information if the pizza company does not pay more than $40,000.
A U.S. district court judge has sentenced a former Microsoft employee to three months in prison for stealing company trade secrets.