Amateur Who Found E-Banking System Gap Now in Trouble

Ljubljana, 9 October - Robert Skulj, a computer self-taught 27-year-old, found a security gap in the electronic business operations of the "Klik" service offered by the Nova Ljubljanska banka (NLB). Skulj then developed a program that enables users to protect such operations, which he offered to the bank. Negotiations had been going on for five months when the police came in. In the meantime, Skulj's girlfriend - who works at NLB - is to lose her job, accused of having abused the bank's trust, writes Delo's Wednesday edition.

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