A cyber attack against J.P. Morgan may have sent stolen data to a major city in Russia. J.P. Morgan's investigators have found clues that a global network of computers available for hire was used by criminals to capture and reroute the data, according to Bloomberg, which cited people familiar with the probe. It reports that bank investigators have identified the hosting platform from which the assault took place, one that is especially resilient to other attackers and law enforcement. Josh Campbell, spokesman for the FBI, told us, 'We are working with the U.S. Secret Service to determine the scope of recently reported cyber attacks against several American financial institutions.'

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