Meeting the Swedish bank hacker
For the price of 3,000 dollars, our reporter was offered his personal bank Trojan. In an interview with Computer Sweden, the hacker behind the recent Internet frauds against Sweden's Nordea bank claims responsibility for more intrusions. "99 percent of all bank intrusions are kept secret," he insists.
The same Trojan that stole eight million Swedish kronor from the Nordea bank was also used for a major attack in Australia. This is confirmed by the hacker who calls himself "Corpse", a developer of advanced Trojans. Computer Sweden's reporter met him in an anonymous chat. Meeting the Swedish bank hacker - Computer Sweden
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