IN THE SEASON of good will, the FBI has been saying that some Russian hackers have been robbing US banks.
Apparently the hackers, formerly known as the Russian Business Network, are almost certain to make Santa's naughty list this year and not going to get any presents at all.
These Russian criminals have been quiet for a couple of years, masterminding a string of crimes including identity theft, fraud, spam and child porn.
But according to the Wall Street Journal, Citigroup was targeted by the Russian hacker outfit and had millions of dollars nicked.
Citigroup has denied that the FBI is investigating any incident at the bank. It swears on Rudolph the red nosed reindeer's bright and shiny glowing nose that it hasn't fallen prey to any hackers.
However Citigroup has admitted that one customer's account was drained of more than $1 million after being hacked.
Apparently the Russian group has moved its servers from St Petersburg to China, which is a pity because they will be missing out on a very white Christmas this year. µ
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