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Hackers stole ₹2.4 crore from Mumbai Bank in 3 hours

Cybercriminals hacked into the Mumbai-based current account of the RPG Group of companies and stole Rs 2.4 crore within 3 hours on May 11
 
Cybercriminals hacked into the Mumbai-based current account of the RPG Group of companies and stole Rs 2.4 crore within 3 hours on May 11, Times of India reported.

The TOI report says money has been transferred to 13 different bank accounts in Chennai, Coimbatore,Tirunelveli, Bangalore,Hyderabad and other places.

The bank blocked those accounts but the gang have already managed to withdraw some funds.

The police has arrested three members of the crew who came to withdraw the money in Coimbatore and Hyderabad.

It appears the Company fell victim when the company officials opened the malware attached mail sent by the gang.  The gang then probably harvested the bank login credentials using the malware.

Earlier this year, cyber criminals stole Rs 1 crore in Mulund from the current account of a cosmetics company.
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