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The $1,000,000,000 North Korean Bank Heist



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[THE $1 BILLION NORTH KOREAN BANK HEIST]

Bangladesh, February 7th, 2016.

The director of the Bangladesh Central Bank got off the elevator on the ninth floor, and headed to the back office of the Accounts and Budgeting Department – this was the most restricted part of the building. He was there to deal with a problem; one that had been plaguing the office the last few days. You see… the printer wasn’t working; this was kind of a big deal. It was causing a real disruption.

The automated printer (which was hooked up to the bank’s software) was supposed to work round the clock, 24/7, printing out the bank’s transaction reports in real-time; due to this technical glitch however, the printer tray remained empty.

Much of the day was spent trying to fix the issue; and after a great deal of effort, there was success – they were able to restart the printer. And so the backlog of transaction reports started rolling out, one by one. Now, it soon became apparent that something wasn’t quite right. There were more statements than expected….

The video covers:

– Bangladesh Bank
– SWIFT security system
– World banking
– Fraudulent transactions
– Dhaka
– Billion dollar heist
– Cyber-heist / cyber-attack
– RCBC Bank in Philippines
– Malware hacking
– Federal Reserve Bank of New York (New York Fed)
– Electronic money transfers
– Pan Asia Bank in Sri Lanka
– Deutsche Bank
– Money laundering in casinos
– Single biggest heist in history
– Cyber security experts
– Lazarus
– Sony Pictures Hack 2014
– Kim Jong-un in The Interview
– North Korea’s state funded bank robbing
– Macau’s & Pyongyang’s financial relationship

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27 Responses

  1. Kento Bento

    Yet another North Korea video from Kento Bento. Are you guys getting sick of these yet?

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  2. Snape MrTriXXL

    after watching crash ladning on you I don't even think that bad of north korea anymore it's probably just another bad guy in north korea who is doing this. but i think north korea has some really nice people as well

  3. Aditya Mittal

    I don’t think North Koreans would have these brains. Probably people leaving deliberate evidences to fuel the fires and divert attention.

  4. Artist Joseph

    4:51 um New York isn’t in the Great Lakes so why is it there

    5:00 New York magically moved to the right spot

  5. Td gardner

    I'm willing to bet some of the worlds biggest heists happen in the US and involve elites.
    Billions and possibly trillions.
    WallStreet?

  6. tahaak

    Still can not understand how a virus can spread from infected computer of an employee to the bank network. That‘s bad network design. Every network should be isolated from another. Everything is technically possible but expensive and time consuming. But I mean what should I expect when ATMs are still running Windows 98 to this day?

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