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Central Bank named the main channel of theft of funds from Russians

Central Bank named the main channel of theft of funds from Russians
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Fraudsters most often steal funds from citizens while they make purchases on the Internet. The experts of the Center for Monitoring and Responding to Computer Attacks in the Credit and Financial Sphere of the Bank of Russia came to such conclusions.

As the "Russian newspaper", with reference to the results of the study, most of the operations without the consent of customers were made when they paid for goods and services on the Internet. At the same time, criminals put pressure on most of their victims using methods of social engineering.

Last year alone, when shopping on the Internet, cybercriminals stole almost three billion rubles from Russians - 2,3 billion rubles of them through social engineering. Of this amount, banks returned to their customers only 162,3 million rubles. On average, 10 thousand rubles were adorned with one individual, 152 thousand rubles with a legal entity.
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