New details connect police in India to a plot to plant evidence on victims’ computers that led to their arrest.
Five years after it was torn offline, the resurrected dark web marketplace is clawing its way back to the top of the online underworld.
Plus: A $150 million Twitter fine, a massive leak from a Chinese prison in Xinjiang, and an ISIS plot to assassinate George W. Bush.
To protest the war in Ukraine, WasteRussianTime.today auto-dials Russian government officials, connects them to each other, and lets you listen in to their confusion.
A group of human rights lawyers and investigators has called on the Hague to bring the first-ever “cyber war crimes” charges against Russia’s most dangerous hackers.
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The leak of a draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade quickly sparked a court investigation. Which laws may have been violated, if any, remains uncertain.
A new report suggests that a small but vibrant group of smartphones hackers may be challenging the world’s most digitally restrictive regime.
In a twist, a massive trove of stolen bitcoins will repay the dark web market creator’s $183 million restitution.
The malware toolkit, known as Pipedream, is perhaps the most versatile tool ever made to target critical infrastructure like power grids and oil refineries.