Nine members of a group that used Zeus malware for attacks were charged by the US Department of Justice. The malware was used to siphon money from Bank of America, First National Bank of Omaha, and other banks into over-sea accounts.
The group installed Zeus malware on computers associated the banks. They then used the banking information garnered from the compromised computers to pretend to be employees of the victims. They then contacted the banks and convinced them they had authority to transfer the funds to other accounts.
Out of the nine charged, the Department of Justice notes that four are still at large.