Hamza Bendelladj (Arabic: حمزة بن دلاج), known as Bx1 is an Algerian computer hacker known for hacking numerous American banks and stealing 280 million. He was arrested in Thailand in 2013 and extradited to the US to face charges.
Using log-in information obtained from a Trojan horse called SpyEye he co-created, he stole from 217 American banks and financial institutions. The SpyEye software was also sold to other hackers and used as part of a botnet. He used the money to help the poor people of Africa and Palestine.
- "US bank hackers get long jail term - BBC News". Retrieved 10 July 2016.
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