Hackers robbed Dutch accounts for 134000 EURO through malware

A group of hackers┬áhas stolen 134000 euro’s in 2013 from Dutch bank accounts. In total, sixty people in the Netherlands were infected by the malware.

The group, mostly of Eastern European descent, used malware to gain access to computers, and via internet banking money was diverted to one of the hundreds of accounts that were specially opened for this purpose.

The malware installed itself through vulnerabilities which were present in the computers of the victims. The malware was installed on the devices of the victims at the moment they visited an malicious website.

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