Feb. 1, 2024, 6:41 p.m. | BrianKrebs

Krebs on Security krebsonsecurity.com

Three Americans were charged this week with stealing more than $400 million in a November 2022 SIM-swapping attack. The U.S. government did not name the victim organization, but there is every indication that the money was stolen from the now-defunct cryptocurrency exchange FTX, which had just filed for bankruptcy on that same day.

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