As it became known, the hacker not only made unauthorized access to the organization’s computer, but also infected it with malware, which allowed him to make illegal payments to a certain account.
It turned out that the scammer had used RTM malware (Redaman) and sent it by e-mail.
During the investigation, it was found that the attacker made three money transfers to the account of another Bank. The amount of damage was about 30 thousand rubles (470 $). The account to which the amounts were transferred was opened in the name of the foreigner.
The investigators found out that the hacker gained access to the Bank account via a USB key, which the chief accountant had left inside the computer after the end of the working day. This allowed remote access to the system and illegally transfer money.
It was established that such a malicious program was sent by e-mail to more than 90 business entities, the total damage amounted to more than 150 thousand rubles (2 350 $).