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Identity theft is the use of someone else’s personal information without permission, typically to conduct financial transactions. By personal information, we mean data that institutions use to identify or recognize you: your social security number, your bank account number, your address history, and so forth. These sorts of data points are in theory private but […]

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“I’m not guilty,” Egor Igorevich Kriuchkov said in response to a charge of conspiracy to intentionally cause damage to a protected computer. He said earlier in the hearing that he wanted “to go through the whole process as fast as possible.” Kriuchkov, 26, also told U.S. Magistrate Judge Carla Baldwin that he knew the Russian […]

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Firefox Send, the browser maker reveals, is being discontinued because it has been abused for delivering malware and phishing attacks. The feature was designed for encrypted file sharing and became popular among a loyal set of users, Mozilla says. However, the company also admits that the functionality started being abused to send malware and conduct […]

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