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Nine suspects in a banking Trojan case have been arrested by specialist cybercops from the UK's new Police Central E-Crime Unit (PCeU). The suspects - four women and five men - were arrested following police raids in south east London. Investigators reckon the group of UK-based eastern European nationals used malware planted on …

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What amuses me....

Is that stupid people are the only kind with the balls to try a hack like this, yet being stupid they do not have the technical skill to avoid fucking up and getting caught.

If at some point a clever ballsy person decides to set his eyes on the banking world, then they're fucked.

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Dead Vulture

Trojan malware

"European nationals used malware planted on compromised machines to steal login credentials and plunder online banking accounts"

What Operating System did this malware run on?

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Happy

Good to see

Good to see that electronic bank fraud is no longer just a good old boys' game... no more complaints about any glass ceilings in the criminal underworld...

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Anonymous Coward

They'll be OK.

They'll just have to go to e-prison for a while.

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