FBI: “Call of Duty” Players Remotely Stole $3.3 Million in Cryptocurrencies20.38

A group of “Call of Duty” players from Indiana are accused of stealing more than $3 million in cryptocurrencies after coercing an Illinois man to aid them in remotely hacking unsecured crypto wallets on more than 100 cell phones.

The episode began in Bloomington, Illinois, where a local man told the FBI he met the members of the would-be group of cybercriminals online playing Call of Duty. In the simulated warfare game, players are able to communicate with each other in real-time and with relative privacy.

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https://www.newsbtc.com/2018/10/24/fbi-call-of-duty-players-remotely-stole-3-3-million-in-cryptocurrencies/

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