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Ransomware attacks jump as new malware strains proliferate, research finds

by AJ Vicens

Ransomware cases increased 47 percent amid a rise in attacks involving new strains of malware from the LockBit cybercrime syndicate.

Why Tornado Cash sanctions are drawing fierce criticism, potential court challenge from crypto group

by Tonya Riley

Sanctions against the cryptocurrency mixer have ignited concern from industry stakeholders, privacy advocates and legal experts.

Cryptocurrency 'mixers' see record transactions from sanctioned actors

by Tonya Riley

An increase in funds sent from illicit addresses has accelerated the rise, indicating the technology remains attractive to cyber criminals.

Chinese hackers targeted U.S. political reporters just ahead of Jan. 6 attack, researchers say

by AJ Vicens

The previously unreported campaigns represent one of several ongoing nation-state attempts to hack journalists, the researchers said.

FBI, CISA, Treasury: North Korean hackers taking aim at health care with Maui ransomware

by Tim Starks

The ransomware has previously received little public scrutiny.

North Korea aims 'TraderTraitor' malware at cryptocurrency workers

by Tonya Riley

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is attributing the campaign to hackers known as the Lazarus Group.