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Hackers Attack Russian Bank to Steal $1 Million Using an Outdated Router

Cybercriminals part of a notorious hacking group attacked the PIR Bank of Russia and stole $1 million. The hacking was carried out after infiltrating the bank’s systems by compromising an old, outdated router. The router was installed at one of the regional branches of the bank. The money was stolen via the Automated Workstation Client (AWC) of the Central Bank of Russia on July 3rd.