Computers for Hire Said to Send JPMorgan Data to Russia

Jordan Robertson and Michael Riley report:

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)’s own investigators have found clues that a global network of computers available for hire by sophisticated criminals was used to reroute data stolen from the bank to a major Russian city, according to people familiar with the probe.

Like street magicians using sleight of hand, the hackers tapped computers from Latin America to Asia to send commands and obscure their identity while ferrying malicious traffic past one of the most heavily guarded networks on Wall Street.

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