Russian hacking ring indicted over $300m credit and debit card fraud

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Six-year spree facilitated theft of 160 million cards and $300m - used malware and SQL injection attacks

Four Russians and one Ukrainian have been charged with stealing 160 million credit and debit card numbers, facilitating the theft of at least $300m. The hackers broke into the networks of more t...

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