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Apple has removed an app that protesters in Hong Kong have used to track police movements and tear gas use, saying the app violated its rules.

A ransomware victim that paid Bitcoin $BTC▲1.36% to unlock his files has enacted sweet vengeance on his attackers, by hacking them right back.

Scammers are suspected of making fraudulent claims on a website set up to refund Thomas Cook customers, the Civil Aviation Authority has said.

Hackers breached a cloud infrastructure company that boasts more than 30,000 customers in an attempt to scrape credit card information from online stores … the hacked company, Volusion, provides infrastructure for 30,000 merchants

A federal jury in Texas found a physician who was the owner and operator of a medical clinic in Houston, Texas, guilty [7th October] of participating in a $16 million Medicare fraud scheme in which she signed false and fraudulent “plans of care” and other medical documents for purported home health services.

Account details of more than 250,000 people who used a site for sex workers in the Netherlands have been stolen in a hack attack. Email addresses, user names and encrypted passwords were stolen from a site called Hookers.nl.

[UK] Two Scottish teenagers have been arrested over claims they hacked into the Metropolitan Police’s website and posted a series of bizarre messages.

A senior manager at Eurofins, the UK’s biggest forensic services provider which was hit by a cyber-attack in June, has warned the country to “ready itself” for further attacks.

Mastercard, Visa, eBay and payments firm Stripe have pulled out of Facebook’s embattled cryptocurrency project, Libra.

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