The Federal Reserve Bank of New York Building. ... The Bangladesh Bank robbery, also known colloquially as the Bangladesh Bank cyber heist,  was a theft that took place in February 2016. Thirty-five fraudulent ...
A report that the $81 million Bangladesh Bank heist was linked to customized malware has raised questions about the security of SWIFT transactions. But the more
The Bangladesh bank heist - or SWIFT attack - is one of the biggest bank robberies ever, and the most impressive cyber-crime in history.
A recent $3 million bank heist in Bangladesh is likely the handiwork of "Silence," a Russian-speaking gang known for its slow and methodical attacks
The theft of $81 million in funds hacked out of the Bangladesh central bank's account at the NY Fed was a “state-sponsored” job.
When hackers tried to steal $1 billion from Bangladesh’s central bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York failed to spot warning signs.
Vào tháng 2 năm 2016, có những chỉ thị để ăn cắp 951.000.000 $ Hoa Kỳ từ Ngân hàng Bangladesh, ngân hàng trung ương của Bangladesh, được phát hành thông qua mạng SWIFT.
In 2016, a mysterious syndicate tried to steal $951 million from Bangladesh’s central bank - and laid bare a profound weakness in the system by which money moves around the world.
In February 2016, instructions to steal US$951 Million from Bangladesh Bank, the central bank of Bangladesh, were issued via the SWIFT network.
The cyber thieves who stole US$81mil (RM330.4mil) from Bangladesh Bank appear to have hid their tracks by manipulating a central bank computer and printer that connect to the SWIFT messaging system to ...