Europol said it has dismantled the cybercrime network behind the GozNym malware, which siphoned more than $100 million from businesses.
The cybercrime network behind the GozNym malware, used to siphon $100 million out of its victims, has been dismantled in a massive international investigation, according to authorities.
Europol said on Thursday that they are charging 10 members of the GozNym criminal network with spreading the malware to businesses and stealing money from more than 41,000 victims.
“An unprecedented, international law enforcement operation has dismantled a complex, globally operating and organised cybercrime network,” Europol said in a Thursday statement. “The criminal network used GozNym malware in an attempt to steal an estimated $100 million from more than 41,000 victims, primarily businesses and their financial institutions.”