The UK National Crime Agency (NCA) has arrested fourteen individuals suspected of laundering more than £11 million stolen through the use of malware. The money was stolen after the victims were infected with Dridex and Dyre malware, which collected their bank details and allowed the criminals to access their bank accounts. The money in those accounts would be dispersed in smaller amounts to other bank accounts in the UK and in Eastern Europe. The thirteen … More
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