Up to $1bn stolen from 100 banks by cyber criminals, claims Kaspersky

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"Carbanak" gang steals directly from people's accounts; Kaspersky working with Interpol and Europol to catch the gang

As much as $1bn has been stolen from 100 or more financial institutions around the world by a gang of multinational cyber criminals, according to security software company Kaspersky. Kaspersky has dubbed...

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