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Anonymous #OpIsis: Hacktivists publish how-to guide for identifying Islamic State Twitter accounts

Anonymous claims that its campaign against Islamic State's social media presence is its biggest ever and wants you to help out.<p>The group of …

Dyre Wolf attack swipes $1 million in wire transfers

Hackers continue their brazen attacks on organizations and are even having their victims call them on the phone to hustle them out of their company's money. That's what IBM's Security Intelligence division has discovered while researching a malware-based attack they have dubbed The Dyre Wolf that's …

Social Issues

Hackers steal £650 million in world's biggest bank raid

Investigators uncover what is thought to be the biggest ever cybercrime with more than £650 million going missing from banks around the world<p>British banks are thought to have lost tens of millions of pounds after a gang of Russian based hackers spent the last two years orchestrating the largest …

Hackers Netted at Least $300 Million in Global Banking Attack

A newly disclosed malware attack on several banks around the world may have netted as-yet unknown hackers at least $300 million, perhaps substantially more, according to a forthcoming report by the security firm Kasperky Labs and shared with The New York Times. The attackers, said to include …

ATMs

Facebook bug would have allowed hackers to easily delete your photos

Many of us have dozens, hundreds or even thousands of photos logged on Facebook. A nefarious bug on the website — that has since been mended — would …

Social Media

Hackers make off with at least $300 million in bank heists

With the help of malware, hackers hit more than 100 financial institutions in 30 countries, says a report released to The New York Times by cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab.<p>A group of cybercriminals used malicious software to steal at least $300 million from banks and other financial institutions …

Cybersecurity

#OpDeathEaters: Anonymous marches planned in UK and US to highlight global network of child abusers

Online activists including the Anonymous hacktivist group, are planning a series of marches across the US and UK in a day of protest as part of thier …