News Crime is falling sharply

Burglary and murders are down again, but what’s driving this 20-year drop in offences?

A demonstration organized by Anonymous group was held to protest against the austerity measures adopted by the governement - some people in the crowd also feel at odds with political parties

$183,000 fine for man who joined Anonymous attack for 'one minute'

The attack succeeded in taking a website operated by the controversial Koch Industries company offline for just 15 minutes

The National Cyber Crime Unit and Metropolitan Police have issued a list of 10 tips to stay safe on Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday 2013: Police issue top 10 tips to avoid online fraud

The Metropolitan Police warned of 'cyber criminals and online fraudsters' during the Christmas period

Trivial disputes on Facebook have led to a near trebling of reports of criminal harassment each month

Trivial dispute? Police force says it's wasting hundreds of hours investigating Facebook squabbles

Humberside officers want users who experience petty abuse to report it to social networking site

New National Crime Agency investigates UK suspects over illegal drugs website Silk Road

Four men arrested last week over alleged role in online marketplace just hours after suspected creator of site arrested in US

London teenager arrested over huge cyberattack

The alleged DDoS attack caused 'worldwide disruption' online

The shadow Home Secretary will call for tougher sentences for cyber crime

Labour Party conference: Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper reveals plan for new ‘identity theft’ criminal offence

A new criminal offence of identity theft would be created by Labour in an effort to combat the dramatic rise in online fraud, shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper will announce today.

UK faces falling into cyber-crime 'black hole' if banks keep quiet on small scale fraud, warn MPs

Banks must be forced to report every case of fraud amid concerns of a “black hole” of unseen illegal activity where cyber-criminals act with impunity, MPs have warned.

The lab fighting cybercrime: Russia's weapon in the war against hi-tech gangs

Russia is the main breeding ground for hi-tech crime gangs but its security experts are linking with Interpol to combat the threat. Oscar Williams-Grut reports from Moscow

the Robotic Reconfigurable Button Basher (R2B2) cracks the PIN number safeguarding your phone by simply trying every possible combination

3D-printed 'Robotic Button Basher' cracks phones' PINs using persistence, luck

Created by Justin Engler and Paul Vines, the bot simply guesses all the possible PIN combinations

'Dating scams' add to 27% increase in fraud

So-called "dating scams" have contributed to a 27% increase in the number of frauds reported, official figures show.

Ministry of Defence building in London

Government emails targeted by cyber-gangs

Sophisticated hacking networks in China,  Russia and beyond hit dozens of departments

Google cut its overall tax rate by almost half thanks to the move

Google detects tens of thousands of 'politically motivated' phishing attacks ahead of Iranian elections

According to Google the attacks have targeted tens of thousands of users

Microsoft teamed with the FBI in their

$500 million botnet Citadel attacked by Microsoft and the FBI

Joint operation identified more than 1000 botnets, but operations continue

Liberty Reserve’s website was taken offline last week

Founders of ‘PayPal for criminals’ Liberty Reserve are charged with money laundering

New York lawyers say $6bn of ill-gotten gains were processed though money-transfer service

The LulzSec logo and Ackroyd (top-left), Al-Bassam (top right), Davis (bottom left) and Cleary

LulzSec hackers sentenced for sophisticated global cyber-attacks

Two jailed, another sent to young offenders unit and fourth handed suspended sentence

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