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7 Hackers Accused of Stoling $45 Million in A.T.M fraud from credit card holders, Arrested in New York. is your credit card safe?



Hackers stole $45 million from thousands of A.T.M.’s in a matter of hours.

A team of 8 hackers started their operation, firstly targeting India, they infiltrate into a Indian credit card processing company  that handles Visa and MasterCard prepaid debit cards. and stole about $5million. making 4,500 ATM transactions worldwide.

After the first target, they made 36,000 transactions worldwide and stole about $40 million in approximately 10 hours. including $2.4 million stolen from city of New York on Feb. 19.

The operation was well planned and included experts hackers as well as  street criminals, who used that information to loot the ATM.



 

Elvis Rafael Rodriguez, left, and Emir Yasser Yeje, two of those charged in Brooklyn on Thursday, posed in March with approximately $40,000 in cash that the authorities say they were laundering.  
The seven of the eight suspected members of the New York crew have been arrested. The eighth, said to be the ringleader, was found dead on April 27 in the Dominican Republic.
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Abhishek Kumar Jha

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