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# Cybercrime

Last year
Over 100 arrested in international effort to shut down cybercrime marketplace
US shuts down global ransomware group Hive after international operation
All time
Gardaí arrest six as part of major international investigation of fraud phonecalls
Two arrested in Cork as part of ongoing investigation into transnational cybercrime
Europol reports several high-profile targets were caught in a major dark-web bust
Explainer: What is a decryption tool and why would hackers hand it over without receiving a ransom?
Ex-Argentina attacker Lavezzi makes sex tape blackmail complaint
Gardaí cut backlog of child sex abuse case analysis in half, but long delays remain
Goodbye cat burglar, hello drone burglar: Here's what crime will look like in future
Businesses warned to vigilant as over €700,000 lost in the past month from invoice fraud
Just 29 gardaí tasked with tackling cybercrime despite surge in internet attacks
Live streaming of child sexual abuse on the rise
"Change your password now" - What to do if you have a Yahoo account
This Irish college is tackling a major problem with cybercrime
How a group of hackers and traders made $100 million - using press releases
Scientists are on the cusp of these 11 discoveries that will transform the world
The Government is thinking up new ways to stop you from being hacked
The Grafton Barber is now an 'Islamic State' target, apparently
Irish banks 'targeted' in cyber-heist crime spree worth millions
Hacker who demanded Bitcoin from banks jailed for blackmail and child pornography
The state has asked Twitter to block 13 accounts in Ireland this year...
Hacker-turned-informer spared more prison time
The FBI is having problems hiring hackers who don't smoke weed
Cyberwars: The United States has charged five Chinese military hackers
Thieves break into bank, hack into computers and steal over £1.25 million...but get caught
UK Cyber-crime unit issues urgent "ransomware" warning
Adobe security breach much worse than originally feared
Companies lose 2.7 per cent of their yearly turnover due to cyber crime
Calls for Ireland to ratify international convention against cybercrime
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
Michael Freeman
Teenager released without charge in investigation into LulzSec hacking
Teenagers arrested over Fine Gael site hacking
New cybercrime fighting centre opens in Dublin