Banco de Chile falls victim to SWIFT money transfer hack that crashed 9,000 computers and 500 servers

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Banco de Chile falls victim to SWIFT money transfer hack that crashed 9,000 computers and 500 servers

Disk-wiping malware used to cover-up theft of $10m from South American bank

Banco de Chile has admitted to the loss of around $10 million in a cyber attack in May that corrupted the master boot records (MBRs) of 9,000 PCs and servers, rendering them unbootable. The atta...

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