Nineteen people have been arrested in the U.K. for their alleged involvement in a fraud ring that stole millions of pounds from U.K. bank accounts.
London's Metropolitan Police Central eCrime Unit said the 15 men and 4 women, who were arrested yesterday in London, are suspected of using the Zeus data-stealing Trojan to capture log-in details and gain access to online bank accounts. The gang allegedly stole about 6 million pounds ($9.5 million) in a three-month period from U.K. banks.
Police were alerted to the gang's alleged activities by the Virtual Taskforce, a group of financial institutions and academics that shares data about cybercrime, according to police.
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