Man arrested in Portsmouth on suspicion of cyber attacks on UK ATMs using Tyupkin malware

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Eastern European gang suspected of using Tyupkin to drain £1.6m from cash machines

A man has been arrested in Portsmouth on suspicion of masterminding a £1.6m "cyber attack" on cash machines across the country. Allegedly part of an organised gang from Eastern Europe, the group...

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