[HackerNews] Interpol Arrests Moroccan Hacker Engaged in Nefarious Cyber Activities

Law enforcement authorities with Interpol have apprehended a threat actor presumably responsible for multiple attacks on telecom companies, major banks, and multinational corporations in France with the goal of stealing customers’ bank information.
The two-year investigation, dubbed Operation Lyrebird by the international, intergovernmental organization, resulted in the arrest of a Moroccan

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