A French government agency issued an unauthorized digital secure sockets layer (SSL) certificate for several Google domains, raising concerns of spoofing, spying and other illegal activity.
TeamBerserk hackers claim to have breached the personal computer of Texas Judge Souli A. Shanklin to prove that he bought adult toys with his credit card, according to Softpedia News.
Thirteen alleged members of hacktivist group Anonymous have pleaded guilty to a 2010 DDoS attack on online payment processor PayPal, according to the US Department of Justice.
The developers of the infamous Blackhole exploit kit have been arrested in connection with an estimated $2.15 milliontheft, the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs announced.
Two men have been arrested in relation to bitcoin mining worth 700,000 euros and another is being brought under charges. They are accused of commercial fraud, according to Coindesk and The Federal Criminal Police of Germany.
More than 2 million credentials were compromised in a global phishing campaign that affected users from 92 countries, according to security company Trustwave.
Some high-profiles sites have been breached by Anonymous Honduras to protest the presidential elections of November 2013, according to Softpedia.
Almost 700 domains selling counterfeit merchandise were seized in a joint operation by 10 law enforcement agencies from eight countries, led by Europol and the US Homeland Security Investigations.
Some 90,000 patients of the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, had their personal information stolen after a single employee opened a malicious link from an email attachment, according to E Hacking News.
Vodafone Iceland was hacked and the details of 70,000 customers leaked, according to Softpedia.
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