FBI

To whom can I report online Internet crimes?

You can report Internet crime to the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). IC3 is a partnership between the FBI, the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA). IC3 gives the victims of cyber crime a convenient and easy-to-use reporting mechanism that alerts authorities of suspected criminal or civil violations.
U.S.

Zeus Variant Can Defeat Two-Factor Authentication

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has issued a warning about a new Zeus malware attack targeting commercial bank accounts, ultimately leading to incidents of corporate account takeover. The Zeus variant used: a malware called Gameover, which the FBI says is able to defeat several forms of dual-factor authentication. To protect themselves, the FBI suggests consumers and businesses pay attention to suspicious e-mails
U.S.

Online cybercriminal DarkMarket closed, founder arrested

Who would have thought that Renukanth Subramaniam, a 33-year old former pizza bar worker and dispatch courier, was the founder and one of the site operators of DarkMarket, the famous cybercriminal forum-slash-online market? And that his base of operations was a Java Bean internet cafe in Wembley, London?
International

To whom can I report online Internet crimes?

Reporting online Internet crimes depends on the nature of crime and the country. You can start with the police as you would with any crime, but if the crime involves a credit card or bank account, you might want to first contact your bank or card company and follow their advice. In fact, the UK Home Office advises people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland to report cases of fraud involving credit cards, online banking and checks directly to your bank or card company first. In the UK, these organizations are responsible for verifying the crime, and reporting it to the police.
International
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