Bleeping Computer: Racoon Stealer malware suspends operations due to war in Ukraine

Bleeping Computer: Racoon Stealer malware suspends operations due to war in Ukraine. “The cybercrime group behind the development of the Racoon Stealer password-stealing malware has suspended its operation after claiming that one of its developers died in the invasion of Ukraine. Racoon Stealer is an information-stealing trojan distributed under the MaaS (malware-as-a-service) model for $75/week or $200/month.”

Dark Web: Many cybercrime services sell for less than $500 (TechRepublic)

TechRepublic: Dark Web: Many cybercrime services sell for less than $500. “Cybercrime can be a lucrative business for those who specialize in ransomware, phishing campaigns, and other types of attacks. The profit margins are especially healthy because cybercrime products and services often sell at bargain prices on the Dark Web. A new report from VPN provider Atlas VPN looks at the going rates for everything from spearphishing attacks to ransomware kits to stolen account credentials.”

TechCrunch: CrowdAI sells artificial-intelligence-as-a-service

TechCrunch: CrowdAI sells artificial-intelligence-as-a-service. “Businesses send CrowdAI their autonomous vehicle, satellite or drone imagery. CrowdAI’s artificial intelligence systems do the grunt work of recognizing objects, and humans confirm everything was properly recognized while looping back to improve the AI. This service lets customers focus on their unique business, like building advanced hardware, instead of developing AI systems from scratch.”