london - British justice chasing a group of hackers who stole converted over 25 million euro of bank accounts of individuals. According to the BBC , they did so by sending a Word document containing ' afluister' software blocked.
The hackers managed to infect thousands of computers , especially for people who are not as vigilant with their computer coped and installed the software. By not too large lump sums to record, they were not .
The software is called Dridex Trojan and records the data as victims log into their bank account. The British National Crime Agency works with include the FBI to identify the group . In August, a suspect arrested in Moldova in Cyprus.