At 3 a.m. on July 6, Mr Blanchard tried to log on to his company's Citibank account but couldn't do so with his regular password and token code. He called Citibank and was told it would change his password and send him a new one by overnight mail. "I thought at that point I was safe," he says. But he still couldn't get in.
By the time he called his local bank branch to sort out the problem, online thieves had sent $1,007,655 to banks in Latvia and Ukraine.
were accessed to some extent by computers infected by Zeus Trojan.
owned by a large and small businesses, financial institutions, government agencies and individuals were infected with the "Butterfly Bot"
21 hours and $373 out of pocket resolving the crime.
was a victim of identity fraud in 2009.
13% of identity fraud crimes were committed by someone the victim knew
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