International operation takes down cybercrime network

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  • Published on May 16, 2019
  • A global cybercrime network is accused of stealing nearly $100 million from about 41,000 victims. The GozNym network is suspected of using malware to obtain login access to bank accounts across the world. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joins CBSN to explain how the attack worked and what the U.S. is doing about it.

Comments • 8

  • Ross City of Liverpool.

    So when you want to you can find them and take them down" why can you not do it all the time and save people a loss of info and money" or is it only ones that can affect you and cause you problems. I think so.

  • We the People
    We the People 4 months ago

    The both of you seems so fake

  • Muk Bang
    Muk Bang 4 months ago +2

    Wow 😮 hacking is so interesting

  • Ash Walker
    Ash Walker 4 months ago +1

    "Will this indictment stop the spread of malware?" HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! That right there is GOLD.

  • databang
    databang 4 months ago

    (ಠ_ರೃ) pffft thanks for newsfkash u Dorky n00bs. CBSN reporting cybercrime is like a grandma explaining how Snapchat works! Remember the time of penny whistles, moon-pies, and 56k modems, CBSN remembers! Now where's my weaponized Alzheimer medicine.

  • Leonaza7
    Leonaza7 4 months ago +1

    Sounds Biden's son is involved here??? Or is that a DIFFERENT money laundering scheme!

  • Dd Gfs
    Dd Gfs 4 months ago

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  • Stephen
    Stephen 4 months ago

    Lie they are the cause. Reason it is happening bust FBI and home land!!!