How it was (2001) 02/27/2001
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Newsreel: the delivery of the defendants in the robberies of banks in the United States to court.
The consequences of a shootout on the tarmac at Manila airport.
Police near the building of the bank "Lyonsky credit" in Boston.
Policemen inspect the robbed postal car of the train, in which the Bank of England's money was transported.
Types of parts of London's Heathrow Airport in March 1995.
The parents of the hacker Vladimir Levin, accused of electronic robbery of City Bank in New York, are reviewing photos of his son.
A photograph of Levin in one of the western newspapers.
Lawyer Levin Guzel Murtazina speaks about the innocence of his client, about his personality and first impressions of his meeting with him, about the conditions of detention in The London prison, the proposal of Levin to testify in exchange for the release of his friend Alexei Galakhov in Russia, about Levin's deal with the FBI.
Investigator Boris Strigalev speaks of Galakhov's interest in changing the measure of restraint, the initiation of the investigation of the Levin case in Russia, the penetration into the computer system of the City Bank, and the scheme for obtaining money from the accounts of the City Bank.
The scheme of hacking the computer network of the bank (computer animation).
Specialist for the protection of computer systems Chuck talks about his acquaintance with Levin, about his qualifications, talks about the scheme of hacking a computer System and the activities of hackers, outlines a possible version of the actions of Levin, the absence of the FBI request to the law enforcement agencies of Russia about Levin, On the extent of Levin's guilt and the absence of facts exposing him, about the presence of a possible accomplice in the City Bank.
The deputy of the Legislative Assembly of the Leningrad region, Damir Shadayev, sets out his version of the events connected with the withdrawal of money from the accounts of the City Bank, about his unreasonable detention.
Vladislav Selivanov, the head of the High-Tech Crimes Department (Office "R"), speaks about the availability in the City Bank of a possible An accomplice in the Levin case, the scheme of committing and the nature of computer crimes, the problem of cyberterrorism.
Operational shooting: the detention of the Office of the "R" by a well-known Moscow hacker, a search in his apartment.
The scheme of hacking satellite control codes (computer animation).
Journalist Alexander Samoilov speaks of Levin's innocence (synchronously).
Employee of the St.
Petersburg Office "R" Konstantin Chinayev speaks about the low level of the computer security system of the City Bank.
Courts and prosecutors; Science