Criminals sell hacker toolkits for BofA on dark web, study finds

ORGANIZED CRIME groups are selling access to the computer networks of financial firms like Bank of America Corp. and hacking tools targeting these companies, according to a British researcher who posed as a buyer on several dark web marketplaces. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/CHRIS RATCLIFFE
ORGANIZED CRIME groups are selling access to the computer networks of financial firms like Bank of America Corp. and hacking tools targeting these companies, according to a British researcher who posed as a buyer on several dark web marketplaces. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/CHRIS RATCLIFFE
NEW YORK – Organized crime groups are selling access to the computer networks of financial firms like Bank of America Corp. and hacking tools targeting these companies, according to a British researcher who posed as a buyer on several dark web marketplaces. While engaging criminal groups on the dark web in conversations over several months,…

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