Chameleon Botnet Stealing $6 Million Per Month
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 20, 2013
The group behind the botnet makes money through a click-jacking scheme.
Tags: botnet, fraud, clickjacking
Identity Fraud Reaches Three-Year High
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 21, 2013
Corporate data breaches are responsible for much of the problem.
Tags: identity theft, data breach, fraud, report
Justice Department Investigating Alleged Fraud at Autonomy
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published December 28, 2012
HP says it discovered accounting improprieties at the software company it purchased last year.
Tags: software, HP, Autonomy, fraud, Justice Department, merger and acquistion activity
HP Takes $8.8 Billion Charge Related to Alleged Fraud at Autonomy
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published November 20, 2012
HP says it discovered accounting irregularities at the software firm it acquired in 2011.
Tags: software, HP, Autonomy, fraud, quarterly financials
Feds Arrest the Man Who Claimed to Own Half of Facebook
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published October 29, 2012
Paul Ceglia has been charged with fraud.
Tags: Facebook, social network, fraud, Mark Zuckerberg
How to Get Bank Fraud Alerts in Real Time
By David Strom | Article Published January 20, 2012
This solution isn't available for individuals, but perhaps your bank uses it.
Tags: security, mobile, fraud
Most Fraud Is an Inside Job, Says Survey
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published November 10, 2011
Half of all enterprises say they are moderately to highly vulnerable to information theft, the most common type of fraud.
Tags: security, fraud
DoJ Sues Oracle Alleging Software Contract Fraud
By Larry Barrett | Article Published July 29, 2010
Justice Department claims the company defrauded the federal government on a software contract worth hundreds of millions of dollars over an eight-year span.
Tags: Oracle, software licenses, lawsuits, DOJ, fraud