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Three years after hackers managed to siphon off more than $100 million from the Bangladeshi central bank’s account in the U.S. Federal Reserve, cybercriminals are going smaller.

In 2018, attempted fraudulent transactions ranged from $250,000 and $2 million, down from tens of millions of dollars in the previous two years, interbank messaging system SWIFT said in a report Wednesday. Almost all fraudulent transactions—83 percent—were sent to banks in the Asia-Pacific region, while the targeted lenders were mostly located in countries rated highly corrupt by international regulators, SWIFT said. Tajikistan, Mozambique, and Afghanistan topped those rankings in 2018.

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