[HackerNews] Clop Gang Members Laundered $500 Million in Ransomware Payments

The cybercrime ring that was apprehended last week in connection with Clop (aka Cl0p) ransomware attacks against dozens of companies in the last few months helped launder money totaling $500 million for several malicious actors through a plethora of illegal activities.
“The group — also known as FANCYCAT — has been running multiple criminal activities: distributing cyber attacks; operating a

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