So there’s a lot of tutorial and tips out there on how to hack a bank account and the bank hacking software. Some hackers claim they have the original bank hacking software and they can do bank transfers to any account in the world. Sometimes they make this software free to download and they promise you it works with windows and other operating system. Don’t be deceived, you might end up downloading a trojan, zeus bot or malware.


Do Bank Hacking Software Exist?

I was going through a forum and came across someone selling a pdf tutorial on how to hack bank server and database using the full version of the software he has. I paused for a while and laughed because this dude knows nothing about bank hacking and money transfer. The truth is that there’s no software anywhere in the world that automatically hacks bank account number or routing number. There are sophisticated and malicious hacking tools but this one don’t exist. The dude was actually selling the uplink game. Lol.

Do Banks Get Hacked?

Since there’s no software for hacking bank accounts, do people still hack the bank ?.  Yes, you can actually hack a bank but not automatically with a software. It requires a whole lot of process and certain information which I won’t discuss here but basically bank hacking can be achieved online through phishing and infected bank mails. You can gain access to the admin portal and bank database just by sending an infected mail to the bank staff and once he clicks, it’s done.

7 Steps to hack a bank account

The experiment:

Herbert Thompson* in 2008 wanted to show the public how easy it was to access someone’s personal information and bank account.

He did the experiment on someone who he barely knew, a girl named Kim. Using the knowledge he knew about her, her name, where she was from, where she worked and roughly her age, he was able to access her bank account in ONLY 7 STEPS!!!

Read below to see how he did it – in the days before Facebook!

Step 1

Google search. He googles her. Finds a blog and a resume. (Thompson called her blog a “goldmine.”) He gets information about grandparents, pets, and hometown. Most importantly he gets her college email address and current Gmail address.

Step 2
Next stop: Password recovery feature on her bank’s web site. He attempts to reset her bank password. The bank sends a reset link to her email, which he does not have access to. He needs to get access to her Gmail.

Step 3
Gmail access. He attempts to reset her Gmail password but Gmail sends this to her college email address. Gmail tells you this address’ domain (at least it did in 2008 when Thompson conducted the experiments) so he knew he had to get access to that specific address.
Step 4
College email account page. Thompson clicks the “forgot password” link on this page and winds up facing a few questions. Home address, home zip code and home country? No problem, Thompson has it all from the same resume. The same resume found from the simple Google search done earlier. Then came a stumbling block: the college wanted her birthday. But he only had a rough idea of her age, no actual birth date.

Step 5
State traffic court web site. Apparently, you can search for violations and court appearances by name! And such records include a birth date. (Facebook also makes this piece of data very easy to get even if people do not note their birth year… Remember Thompson knew roughly how old Kim was.) But he had no luck with the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Step 6
Thompson goes back to the blog and does a search for “birthday.” He gets a date but no year.

Step 7
Finally, Thompson attempts the college reset password again. He fills in her birth date, and simply guesses the year. He gets it wrong. But the site gives him five chances, and tells him which field has the error. So he continues to guess. He gets access in under five guesses. He changes her college password. This gives him access to her Gmail password reset email. Google requires some personal information which he is able to get easily from her blog (e.g., father’s middle name.) Thompson changes the Gmail password and that gives him access to the bank account reset password email. Here again he is asked for personal information, but nothing that he could not glean from Kim’s blog (e.g., pet name and phone number.) He resets the bank password and bingo, has immediate access to all her records and money.



Now, you’ve known how this things work so it’s time for business.

We are a professional European hacking group and we have come with wonderful bank transfer services. We combine a lot of tools coupled with over 24 years of experience in this field. We make use of powerful zeus botnets and advanced phishing and bulk mailing platform to gain access to bank login and database.

Bank transfers are now available to the following countries :

  • USA
  • UK
  • EU
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • Africa
  • Russia
  • Netherlands
  • China
  • Malaysia

  Value of Transfers :

We transfer $25,000.00 – $1,500,000.00 per transfer to Personal accounts (Checking accounts, Savings accounts, Current accounts, Standard accounts, and Equity Bank accounts). Transfers over $2,500,000.00 are available to Business or Corporate accounts only. If you require transfers over $2,500,000.00 you should contact us, the fee is not stated here but it’s negotiable.

Transfer Clearing time :



$2,000 to $4,000 $450
$5,000 to $7,000 $750
$8,000 to $10,000 $1050
$50,000 (VIP) $5,250
$100,000 (VIP) $10,100
$200,000 (VIP) $20,200

Same day service (Instant Reflection) to UK/USA/EU/Canada/Australia/Africa – 1 to 2 business days service to Russia/Dubai/Singapore.


  • $14000 – $26000: $1900
  • $26000 – $86000: $3500
  • $86000 – $72000: $5750
  • $72000 – $110000: $7500
  • $110000 – $220000: $20000
  • $220000 – $350000: $45000
  • $350000 – $500000: $85000
  • $500000 – $850000: $115000
  • $850000 – $1,420,000: $250,000



Here are some news watch about our recent activities. Check the links:

In February 2015, hackers hacked up to $1 billion from more than 100 banks in 30 countries in what security experts believe to be the biggest banking breach ever.

In August 2014, hackers hacked 1.2 billion usernames and passwords belonging to more than 500 million email addresses, and also got access to industries database across the Globe.

In January 2014, hackers hit up to 110 million customers and 70 million customers information such as their name, address, phone number and e-mail address hacked in the breach