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 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 Bangladesh bank heist - or SWIFT attack - is one of the biggest bank robberies ever, and the most impressive cyber-crime in history.
When hackers tried to steal $1 billion from Bangladesh’s central bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York failed to spot warning signs.
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.
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.
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 ...
It has been four years since a band of hackers broke into this Bangladesh Bank’s account with the New York Fed with the intent to pull off what would have been the biggest cyber heist in history.
The Bangladeshi Central Bank which was hacked for $81 million in February 2016, on January 31 sued in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York.
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.