A lawsuit filed by an Ecuadorean bank says Cyber-criminals stole about $12 million in a 2015 heist that bears all the hallmarks of later attacks against Bangladesh’s central bank and a small Vietnamese lender. The head of Bangladesh’s central bank, Atiur Rahman (center), resigned in March over that attack.
A lawsuit filed by an Ecuadorean bank says Cyber-criminals stole about $12 million in a 2015 heist that bears all the hallmarks of later attacks against Bangladesh’s central bank and a small Vietnamese lender. The head of Bangladesh’s central bank, Atiur Rahman (center), resigned in March over that attack. A.M. Ahad AP
A lawsuit filed by an Ecuadorean bank says Cyber-criminals stole about $12 million in a 2015 heist that bears all the hallmarks of later attacks against Bangladesh’s central bank and a small Vietnamese lender. The head of Bangladesh’s central bank, Atiur Rahman (center), resigned in March over that attack. A.M. Ahad AP

Ecuador bank says it lost $12M in Swift 2015 cyber hack

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