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From: lyger (lygerattrition.org)
Date: Tue Nov 10 2009 - 11:28:29 CST
Federal prosecutors alleged that members of an elaborate hacking ring
broke into debit-card systems and stole $9 million from automated teller
machines in hundreds of cities world-wide.
Prosecutors in Atlanta Tuesday announced indictments against eight members
of the alleged ring, from eastern European countries, in what is believed
to be among the most brazen and damaging electronic bank heists to date.
The alleged hackers cracked a computer system at RBS Worldpay Inc., the
U.S. payment-processing division of Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC, and
cloned prepaid ATM cards, which thieves then used to withdraw cash from
2,100 ATMs from 280 cities around the world, the U.S. said.
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