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FBI’s Most Wanted Cybercriminal; $3 million for lucky12345

06
Jul
2015
FBI’s Most Wanted Cybercriminal; $3 million for lucky12345

Zeus-virus

Evgeniy Mikhailovich Bogachev, using the nicknames “lucky12345” and “slavik,” is allegedly involved in a wide-ranging racketeering enterprise that installed malicious software known as “Zeus” on victims’ computers, according to the FBI.

The well-known banking Trojan was used to capture bank account numbers, passwords, personal identification numbers, and other information to log into online banking accounts.

Last week, authorities from six European countries took down a major cybercriminal group in Ukraine suspected of developing, exploiting and distributing Zeus and SpyEye, but Bogachev is still free.

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