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Two U.S. hackers admit to international cyber crime in N.J. court

2014/04/01

Reuters - (International) Two New York men pleaded guilty April 1 in federal court in New Jersey to their roles in an international cybercrime and bank fraud ring that hacked into several financial services businesses and institutions and attempted to steal around $15 million by diverting funds to accounts and payment cards that they controlled. The alleged leaders of the ring are Ukrainian citizens and remain at large.

Source: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/01/usa-crime-cybercrime-idUSL1N0MT23O20140401

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