Cybercrime

Illegal gambling and slavery kingpins funneled millions to European football clubs

A Chinese cybercrime syndicate running a trillion-dollar illegal gambling business and responsible for human trafficking in Southeast Asia has sponsored European football clubs to promote unlawful gambling sites, a new report exposes.
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UK arrests MGM Resorts hack-linked 17-year-old

West Midlands Police arrested a Walsall resident suspected of targeting large organizations with ransomware.
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Jail time for operators of DDoS service used to crash thousands of devices

The men responsible for running Astrostress.com, a DDoS-as-a-service website, will face prison time after their service was used to impair thousands of victims' devices via DDoS attacks.
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Disney‘s internal Slack containing unreleased projects leaked – hackers

A hacktivist group claims to have stolen over one terabyte of data from Disney’s internal Slack channels, which were used by the mega conglomerates’ developers.
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Hackers leak millions of Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters, Hozier, and other e-tickets

In what seems like a never-ending taunting of Ticketmaster, attackers allegedly shared hundreds of thousands of electronic tickets to upcoming shows of major artists.
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