One driver, one license, that’s how it’s supposed to be. But some fraudsters or drivers with serious violations try to beat the system by getting multiple licenses using different names. But now, states increasingly are foiling the crooks and scam artists by employing a high-tech tool: facial recognition software.
A former Uber driver accused of sexually assaulting a female passenger last year is now facing charges in five unsolved Boston rape cases going back almost a decade, the district attorney and police officials have announced.
Investigators shut down an online marketplace where cyber criminals bought and sold hacked databases, malicious software and other products that could cripple or steal information from computer systems, the Justice Department announced Wednesday.
Autopsies are once again being performed in Montana. Bodies needing autopsies had been sent to either Seattle or Rapid City, South Dakota since about July 1.
A Chicago man has been arrested in a 2012 burglary when fingerprint analysis came back from the state crime lab three years after the crime, Evanston, Illinois police said.
Witnesses will give new testimony in the fraud trial of a lottery worker accused of orchestrating the largest lotto scam ever. Eddie Tipton was one of only four people who had security clearance to the lottery's so-called drawing room. It is there that investigators say he hacked into computers and installed sophisticated malware that was designed to vanish without a trace.
If you want to drop off the grid, don't forget to cancel your streaming services. That's the lesson from a new case, which saw one couple's Spotify and Netflix accounts used to track them after they fled to Mexico.
It could be weeks before the federal government notifies the 21.5 million people whose personal information was exposed by a breach in the government’s security clearance database.
The debate over encryption and backdoors for law enforcement has long had a surplus of opinions and a deficit of data. However, New York district attorney Cyrus Vance offered one actual number into the mix: The Manhattan DA’s office has encountered 74 iPhones whose full-disk encryption locked out a law enforcement investigation.
In light of technological advancements, a man convicted of attempted sexual act nine years ago is entitled to new DNA testing, the Ninth Circuit ruled.
A Pulaski County, Virginia judge ordered Friday that the results of specific tests on a cell phone be turned over to Ashley Jennifer White’s defense team, but that order is on hold pending the prosecution’s appeal to circuit court.
The alleged victim, who is under the age of 13, said she knew Drain and met him at a motel at 32 S.E. Second Ave. on Saturday. She told detectives he drank half a bottle of gin and had been smoking marijuana throughout the day and night, the report stated.
What was initially thought to be a task that would require up to two months to complete took only days, cutting short the wait for families who lost loved ones in the May 13 footwear factory inferno in Valenzuela City.
Security experts have discovered a new attack as part of the long-running state-sponsored "Pawn Storm" campaign using the first Java zero-day threat spotted since 2013.
Vitaly Kamluk was born 31 years ago in Belarus. For more than 10 years, he has been employed as a security researcher at Kaspersky Lab. And for the last seven months, he’s been working in Singapore, home to the recently opened INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation. In this huge futuristic building on Napier Road, Kamluk is helping policemen from all over the world investigate and prevent cyber crime on a daily basis.