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One of the world's biggest networks of hijacked computers, which is suspected of being used to attack online banking customers, has been taken down following police swoops in 10 countries, German police said Thursday.In an internationally coordinated campaign, authorities carried out the raids Wednesday, seized servers and website domains and arrested suspected leaders of a criminal organization, police and prosecutors in northern Germany said.Officials said they had seized 39 servers and several hundred thousand domains, depriving criminals of control of more than 50,000 computers in Germany alone.These hijacked computers were used to form a "botnet" to knock out other websites.
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