Hackers Steal 1 Million Card Numbers

Bruno, Maria
April 2001
Bank Technology News;Apr2001, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the theft of more than one million credit card numbers from United States electronic businesses by Ukrainian and Russian hackers. Investigations by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on the theft; Description of hackers' operations; Graph on the impact of technology investments on Internet payment fraud prevention. INSET: Take Note.


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