Tuesday, 3 November 2015

Criminals Steal Millions Of Belgian Banks Via Malware

Criminals have malware through millions of Belgian banks managed to steal, according to research by the Belgian federal prosecutor's office which De Standaard today message. 12,000 Belgian computers were infected with malware.

After the malware was active were able to make the criminals via internet banking money to other accounts. At about 1500 people there was also actually achieved money from the account, including customers of Belfius and KBC. The case came rolling after a tip from Denmark. A Brussels woman had large amounts of Denmark had deposited in her accounts. Eventually, the Belgian authorities knew to bring a network of money mules in card that the money received via the malware was stolen.

For the Brussels pantry currently running a procedure in which an attempt is made to get 21 people to court, including five Russians who are suspected of money laundering. The other suspects are prosecuted for money laundering and computer fraud.

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