Germany's FBI bust phishing gang

Wednesday, 5 April 2006, 12:51 AM EST

German federal police on Tuesday arrested seven members of a suspected phishing gang on fraud charges after a three-month investigation.

According to the Web site of Germany's Federal Crime Office, known as the Bundeskriminalamt, or BKA, police nabbed seven men, ages 21 through 47, who were allegedly plotting to spamming password-stealing Trojans to online bank customers.

At TechWeb.

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