Polish police detain unnamed computer hacker for hack of unnamed bank

A computer hacker who had infiltrated a Polish bank has been detained by the country’s police.

The 31-year-old hacker allegedly broke into and stole data from the servers of an unnamed bank in Poland.

“His arrest is the result of several months of work. Tomasz G. [name withheld under Polish privacy laws] had received several charges relating to computer fraud and money laundering. He faces up to 10 years imprisonment. He has pleaded guilty to some of the charges,” police spokesperson Katarzyna Balcer told the PAP news agency.

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