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Microsoft says to watch out for HTML smugglers

The cybercrime world has ransomware propagators, malware messengers, and even straight-up smugglers. Microsoft wants to remind you to stay vigilant.

623M Payment Cards Stolen from Cybercrime Forum

The Swarmshop cyber-underground “card shop” has been hit by hackers, who lifted the site’s database of stolen payment-card data and leaked it online. The database was subsequently leaked elsewhere, imperiling consumers from the U.S. and around the world.

Billions of Passwords Offered for $2 in Cyber-Underground

About 3.27 billion stolen account logins have been posted to the RaidForums English-language cybercrime community in a 'COMB' collection.

During the pandemic a digital crimewave has flooded the internet

The Internet Crime Complaint Centre at America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reports that by June, daily digital crime had risen by 75% since the start of stay-at-home restrictions, and that the number of complaints received in 2020 had all but surpassed the total for 2019.

eToro accounts peddled by the thousands on cybercrime forums

A threat actor is peddling 62,000 active eToro accounts on a known cybercrime forum. They are also likely collaborating with REvil ransomware on the corporate intrusion front.

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