Latest Federal Bureau of Investigation Stories
Well, they’ve finally done it. It took them 12 years and more than $600 million total to get to this point, but the FBI has finally made the switch to digital files, joining the rest of us here in the brand new century.
Taking the stage on July 25, former FBI executive assistant director Shawn Henry gave a rallying cry to all in attendance to fight the good fight against cybercriminals the world over.
A group of individuals was recently busted in New York for a drug fraud scheme related to Medicaid prescriptions. Approximately 48 people have been charged for being involved in the fraud ring.
A computer virus named DNS Changer was run by an Estonian crime ring until last November when authorities and the FBI shut it down. The virus, first used in 2007, hijacked users’ computers without their knowledge to generate fraudulent clicks on adverts.
On Monday, July 9th, the FBI will pull the plug on internet access to hundreds of thousands of computers infected with a malware Trojan known as DNSChanger.
Tens of thousands of Americans may lose their internet service Monday unless they check for (and remove) malware on their computers that may have installed itself on their machines more than a year ago.
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