Russian was sentenced to seven years in prison in the United States

Russian Yevgeny Nikulin was sentenced to seven years and four months in prison in the United States for cybercrimes. He was accused of hacking LinkedIn and Dropbox in 2012, which resulted in the theft of about 117 million login codes ...

Hacker attack: a Russian tried to hack an American company by paying $ 1 million to an employee

Evgeny Kryuchkov, 27, a Russian citizen, was arrested on August 22 in Los Angeles, California. He was charged with offering $ 1 million to an employee of a large American company for complicity in a hacker attack. Writes about this "Voice of America". In documents,…

Russian hacker hacked LinkedIn and DropBox: he faces years of jail in the US

A jury in San Francisco found Russian hacker Evgeny Nikulin guilty of hacking into computers of companies involved in technological activities in the Bay Area, the US Department of Justice announced. San Francisco Business Times writes about it. The jury found out that in 2012 Evgeny Nikulin ...

In the US, extradited Russian hacker who hacked into American companies

According to the US Secret Service, as a result of a joint mission with the FBI and the United States Prosecutor's Office, 35-year-old Russian citizen Andrei Tyurin, a resident of Moscow, was extradited from Georgia, where he was previously arrested by the country's authorities at the request of the US authorities. Tyurin is accused of ...

Russian hacker Gribodemon convicted in the US

Alexander Panin, known under the nickname Gribodemon, was recognized as involved in the creation and distribution of the SpyEye program, which affected about 50 million computers. The damage from the virus amounted to a billion dollars. Russian citizen Alexander Panin was sentenced by a Georgia court in the United States to 9,5 years in prison on charges of cyber fraud. Panin ...

Guam trial refused to release alleged Russian hacker

A federal judge on the American territory of Guam rejected a motion to release the son of a Russian State Duma deputy accused of hacking into computers of hundreds of companies in the United States. Chief Justice of the District Court Francis Tidingko-Gatewood ruled that the jurisdiction of her court extended to the case of Roman Seleznev and allowed ...

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