Trader pleads guilty to sparking stock market 'Flash Crash'
Navinder Sarao admitted to using software trades to profit from panic.
Google gets better at spotting bogus Play Store app installs
Its new detection method could stop Android developers from gaming the system.
AT&T reportedly spies on its customers for government cash
The Daily Beast reports that Project Hemisphere is a paid-for metadata program that's all sorts of Orwellian.
A second hacking group is targeting bank systems
Odinaff is infecting systems in a bid to cover up bogus money transfers.
Thieves find a more insidious way to steal credit card details
The secret service is warning banks and ATM owners about 'periscope' style skimmers.
New York's smarter face recognition catches more ID thieves
Over 100 arrests have followed since a tech upgrade in January.
Australia will track online money laundering and cyber fraud
Now we know where some of that $178 million is going.
AT&T ordered to pay $7.75 million for bogus directory assistance tools
AT&T says that a fraudulent third-party circumvented its security to scam its customers.
Game studio claims it lost $450,000 to key resales
TinyBuild says that fraudsters taking advantage of G2A are depriving it of vital income.