US: Over 60 people arrested in cybertheft case

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September 30, 2010 18:29

 
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NEW YORK — Federal and state authorities have charged more than 60 people in connection with a global cybercrime scheme that relied on Internet viruses to steal millions of dollars from US bank accounts.

Federal prosecutors say the defendants are accused of using the Zeus Trojan and other Internet viruses to steal money.

Authorities planned to announce the charges at a news conference Thursday afternoon in New York City.

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