Agra police cracks international phishing case in record two days, recovers Rs 28 lakh

Ankit Misra posts:

In a major international anti-cybercrime crackdown, the Agra police has recovered Rs 28 lakh from England-based hackers, an amount they looted by phishing a footwear exporter from the city.

Working in collaboration with the British police, the Agra police achieved this breakthrough in a record two days’ time.

Talking to India Today, Deepak Kundra, owner of Foot Components, said, “My company’s email ID had been hacked a few days ago and the hackers got my contact list from there. Our firm deals with a China-based footwear component supplier and an order for supply of leather had been placed with the supplier by us.”

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