Philippine police have accused a militant group funded hackers and attacks in Mumbai, India in 2008 (French)
Philippine police and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested four people said that the Manila militant group paid them money to infiltrate the network of U.S. mobile phone company, but the latter denied or penetrate its target.
The group said the criminal investigation and monitoring in the Philippines, said those arrested in Manila last Wednesday in the process of collaboration with "FBI" received money from the same group that financed the attacks in Mumbai, India, in November 2008.
The group said in a statement that the activities of infiltration losses cost the company up to two million dollars.
The statement did not disclose the name of the group to which he had to finance the Mumbai attacks, but India carried the Lashkar-e-Taiba - a Pakistan-based - responsibility for the attacks that killed 166 people.
The company deniesShe said, "AT & T", the second largest mobile phone company in the United States, she has dropped some of the expenses that appeared on the counterfeit bills some customers at the end of the day without commenting on the size of the loss.
Said company spokeswoman Jean Rasmussen, "did not target (ie, AT & T) or did not penetrate the network," but the company only helped in the investigation that led to arrest a group of hackers.
Police confirmed that the suspects had infiltrated the networks of different operators, including "AT & T," and that the income accounts converted to a private group based in Saudi Arabia did not identify.
Earlier in the week said, "AT & T" it is investigating in an attempt to obtain customer information, but does not think of any breach of customer accounts.