The hackers involved in last month’s cyber heist of Bangladesh Bank, in which they managed to steal only $81 million of a planned $951 million haul because of a spelling error, might actually be smarter than they were initially made out to be. Reuters reports that investigators looking into the case previously said that the criminals had merely hacked into Bangladesh Bank’s poorly protected network and grabbed passwords to log into the SWIFT system that allowed them to make transactions. But according to research conducted by British defense contractor BAE Systems, it looks like the hackers compromised the software so…

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