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WASHINGTON/THE HAGUE (Reuters) -U.S. and European authorities said on Tuesday they had seized RaidForums, a popular website used by hackers to buy and sell stolen data, and the United States also unsealed charges against the website's founder and chief administrator Diego Santos Coelho.
LONDON (Reuters) - Russian hackers attempted to launch a destructive cyberattack on Ukraine's electricity grid last week, Ukrainian officials and cybersecurity researchers said on Tuesday.
Joan Cornellà NFT project apologises over copyright infringement of film starring Hong Kong ‘King of Comedy’ Stephen Chow
A non-fungible token (NFT) project started by a Hong Kong company has apologised for issuing a digital collectible inspired by a film directed by and starring home-grown comedian Stephen Chow Sing-chi without authorisation, as global crypto players scramble to address incidents of intellectual property right infringement.
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google on Monday sued an alleged puppy scammer who used its services to sell fake pets, the first of what the company said would be a growing number of lawsuits targeting apparent misuse by its users.
Meta and other big tech companies have responded by removing or restricting Russian state-run media, by targeting disinformation networks and by labeling content it does not remove.
(Reuters) - Jarindr Thitadilaka says he made as much as $2,000 a month last year from his collection of digital pets, which he would breed and send into battle to win cryptocurrencies.
Alert to the heightened threat of Russian cyberattacks on US targets after the invasion of Ukraine, Seattle Public Schools in the past several weeks has blocked web traffic from Russia, upgraded safety firewall services and hired an additional antivirus company.
Music hosting service Vevo on April 6 confirmed that its YouTube channels for Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift and other famous artists had served up videos of a convicted conman after being hacked.
Hackers, suspected to be China-linked, have been discovered spying on India's electricity grid.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation has wrested control of thousands of routers and firewall appliances away from Russian military hackers by hijacking the same infrastructure Moscow’s spies were using to communicate with the devices, U.S. officials said on Wednesday.