Meeting the Swedish bank hacker

Monday, 29 January 2007, 5:53 PM EST

Computer Sweden reporter Linus Larsson interviewed the hacker behind the recent Internet frauds perpetrated against Sweden's Nordea bank. The hacker claims responsibility for many more intrusions. "Ninety-nine percent of all bank intrusions are kept secret," he insists.

The very same Trojan that stole 8 million Swedish kronor (about AUD$1.47 million) from the Nordea bank was also used for a major attack in Australia. So says the hacker who calls himself "Corpse", a developer of advanced Trojans. Computer Sweden's reporter met him for an anonymous chat.

At Computerworld.

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