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Dell: Fradulent Business?

Today in a New York State Supreme Court, Dell's financial services was deemed fraudulent on terms that Dell was failing to honor their promised no-interest or no-payment options. Dell told Reuters it "disagrees" with the... More...

Phishers Use Call Forwarding to Mask Fraud

Researchers at Atlanta-based security vendor SecureWorks have uncovered a new type of phishing attack that circumvents a bank's attempt to detect fraud by tricking victims into forwarding their telephone calls to the attacker. The attack... More...

Gigabyte Loses $5 Million in Fraud

Gigabyte has announced losing roughly $5 million USD due to an internal scandal committed by Chang Chaosong, factory manager at Ningbo Gigabyte Technology in China. Chang allegedly listed Gigabyte as a guarantor for a bank... More...

Auction Fraud Tops Net Crime

According the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), auction fraud complaints made up about 45% of the 207,492 complaints received by the IC3 last year. That number is down significantly from... More...

Opera 9.1 to include Fraud Protection

The Opera development team announced a very interesting feature at their Backstage event, which took place yesterday. Opera 9.1 will include fraud protection measures that are more advanced than IE7 or Firefox 2.0. When visiting... More...

Google Sued Over Click Fraud, Again

Not for lead plaintiff Joseph Kinney and the other Internet advertisers who this week had their lawyers sue to block the $90 million settlement Google reached in a click fraud case in March. The suit... More...

Man indicted in Google fraud scheme

A California man was arraigned on Thursday on federal extortion and wire fraud charges arising from a software program he claimed could allow spammers to defraud Web search company Google Inc. of millions of dollars,... More...

Calpers sues AOL for fraud

Calpers, the biggest national pension fund, said on Friday it filed a lawsuit alleging fraud against current and former AOL, Time Warner and AOL Time Warner Inc. executives and to recover more than $250 million... More...

Two Enron Execs Charged in Broadband Fraud

Federal authorities arrested and charged two Enron Corp. executives on Wednesday with fraud for allegedly creating $111 million in bogus earnings from a ballyhooed Internet video-on-demand venture that was a failure from its inception.... More...

Using Computers to Catch Corporate Fraud

Accounting software makers are trying to capitalize on a string of high profile scandals by developing computer programs that flag unusual bookkeeping and launch investigations with little human intervention. For company officials, reviewing... More...

Homestore fraud probe implicates AOL exec

September 26, 2002--America Online Inc. (AOL), already under investigation for questionable accounting practices, could become further muddied as reports surfaced Thursday that the U.S. government's fraud investigation into real estate Web site operator Homestore.com Inc.... More...

Ex-Cisco exec took $50 million in fraud

A former Cisco Systems executive has pleaded guilty to illegally transferring some $50 million in company stock and funds to an offshore shell account in the Bahamas, federal law enforcement officials said Wednesday. Assistant... More...

FBI: Auction fraud tops Net scam list

Online auctions account for the majority of complaints about Internet fraud, according to a new report from the FBI. The Internet Fraud Complaint Center, a joint operation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the... More...

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