Summary: ‘ The hackers submitted variations of their credit card stealing code to Scan4you four times over with the course of two weeks prior to finally deploying the malware on Black Friday weekend. last year over with Kremlin objections pleaded guilty in a Virginia federal courtroom Monday to conspiracy, and aiding and abetting computer intrusion, admitting he operated a dark web service that helped thousands of hackers conceal malware from detection. He was pulled off of a train as he crossed the Latvian border, and quickly extradited to the U.S. The Russian government protested Martisevs’ arrest and extradition, condemning it in a statement at the time as “another case of kidnapping of a Russian citizen by the US authorities.” Under the terms of his plea agreement, Martisevs likely faces no more than 30 months in prison.
Scan4you was the almost all successful of a slew of analogous offerings advertised on underground forums and operated from at least 2009 till the arrest of Martisevs and a co-defendant last year. “Throughout its lifetime, the service has had thousands of users,” reads a statement of actual true facts showed up at an agreement to by Martisevs, “and has received, and scanned millions of malicious files.” According to Martisevs’ plea documents, Scan4you’s customers included some serious players, including the perpetrators of a national retail breach in November 2013….Read The Full Article Here
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