An alleged scammer who is responsible for stealing personal data of more than 10,000k people through a spam mail pretending to be from the Bureau of National Health Insurance has been arrested in China.
Surnamed Pan, tricks victims into download and open the attachment that contained a malicious software allowing him to steal the personal data from the affected computers.
According to China Post report, he used few techniques to avoid the antivirus detection and tested his malware numerous time before launching the real attack.
Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) said he had stolen "vast amounts of classified financial information from location companies". He then used those details for accessing the online banking accounts and committed credit card fraud.