[HackerNews] Dutch Police Arrest Two Hackers Tied to “Fraud Family” Cybercrime Ring

Law enforcement authorities in the Netherlands have arrested two alleged individuals belonging to a Dutch cybercriminal collective who were involved in developing, selling, and renting sophisticated phishing frameworks to other threat actors in what’s known as a “Fraud-as-a-Service” operation.
The apprehended suspects, a 24-year-old software engineer, and a 15-year-old boy, are said to have been

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