back to article Bloke cuffed, accused of polishing off £700k Polish bank cyber-heist

A 31-year-old Warsaw chap is accused of stealing more than four million Polish złoty (£700,000) by hacking into a bank in Poland. The bloke has been named only as "Tomasz G" due to Polish privacy laws, and is charged with committing computer fraud and money laundering crimes, reports Radio Poland. Tomasz G faces up to 10 …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Most criminals get caught due to ego

    Repeating the same crime over and over, bragging about it, or lack of covering their tracks due to the belief they are invincible.

    Their own stupidity is their downfall.

    The ones you have to watch out for are the ones who do this and don't brag about it.

  2. M7S

    Small change for a real cybercrim

    still, it was only a zlot machine

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  4. Doctor Syntax Silver badge

    Trying to shoot the messenger

    Always such a successful tactic.

  5. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    35 years in the slammer will do him good

    The execs at the bank should also do 5 years in the slammer for failing to properly secure their servers after they were advised of the security breach.

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