The hackers have grabbed Rs 143 crores from a Mumbai-based commercial capital. The media quoted Indian media as quoting an official on Friday.
The incident took place on October 2. On that day, 143 crore rupees were hacked from the Mumbai Nariman Point branch of State Bank of Mauritius. This account has been transferred to different accounts abroad by hacking a few accounts of this branch.
Bank officials came to the attention of the matter. They informed the Mumbai Police Economic Offensive Wing. The news of the Mumbai Police’s cybercrime control division The investigation started on the basis of complaints from the bank authorities.
It is being investigated whether there is any malware attack involved in the incident. It is being investigated whether any bank employee is involved in this incident.
Earlier, in August, the hackers took away 95 crore rupees from a private bank in Pune, Maharashtra. The investigation of the incident is not over yet.