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Hackers siphoned off one million dollars from Ukrainian bank
17:49, 14 November 2017
Hackers siphoned off one million dollars from Ukrainian bank

The attack took place in April 2016; the investigation began in June 2017

17:49, 14 November 2017

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The hackers grouping consisting of the citizens of Russia and Ukraine siphoned off almost one million dollars from ‘Bank Credit Dnipro’ as it is stated in the document of the Pechersk District Court of Kyiv.

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‘The hackers’ criminal group consisting of the citizens of Russia and Ukraine with the help of the expansion of the malicious software in the information system of ‘Bank Credit Dnipro’ created the unapproved payment document on the transfer of 950 831.85 dollars to the account of FAR SIGHT INTERNATIONAL LTD Company opened at SHANGHAI PUDONG DEVELOPMENT BANK 12 ZHONG SHAN DONG YI LU SHANGHAI in April 2016 and these funds were illegally transferred to the account of this company’, the document said.

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The members of the criminal group under the facilitation of the citizens of Ukraine, Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan took out money through the cash terminals in the territory of China without payment documents and inflicted harm to the bank in the sum almost one million dollars.

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According to the case papers, the Prosecutor General’s office executes the pretrial investigation on the case opened in June 2017 at the request of the bank.

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