An executive whose company monitors the criminal underground tells how a person's "full" set of personal data can be sold via shady online forums for a mere $20.
The online expression of romance is running apace and amok. Especially among men. At least according to one study.
Law enforcement poses as hackers to identify "carders" from around the world who allegedly make money off stolen credit-card, bank-account and personal-identification information.
Max Ray Vision, formerly a security consultant known as Max Butler, pleads guilty to federal credit card theft charges.
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A forum used by ID thieves was operated by the National Cyber Forensics Training Alliance in Pittsburgh, according to a report.
Web giant shows off augmented specs at I/O conference, while RIM struggles. Also: Apple wins tablet injunction.
Tom Rusin of Affinion talks about ID fraud and the way our personal information is bought and sold.
Why no two credit cards are exactly alike.
After receiving an extortion letter, a health care services company goes public, saying its customer database has been breached.