Top 5 Most Wanted Hackers, FBI offering $100,000 for each,


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artPwdW1Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI has added 5 Most wanted hackers in their list and offering up to $100,000 for information leading to their arrests.

Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI has added 5 Most wanted hackers in their list and offering up to $100,000 for information leading to their arrests.

Well, the amount of reward is really big and off-course exploits of the hackers were also not small, let us give you an introduction of 5 Most wanted hackers:

First two are from Pakistan named Farhan Arshad and Noor Aziz Uddin, they are wanted in an international telecommunications hacking scheme that took place between 2008 and 2012. They both were able to gain unauthorized access to business telephone systems, resulting in losses exceeding $50 million. Arshad and Uddin are part of an international criminal ring that the FBI believes extends into Pakistan, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Spain, Singapore, Italy, Malaysia and elsewhere.

Third one is Carlos Perez-Melara, he is involved in running a fraudulent website in 2003 that offered customers a way to “catch a cheating lover.” Those who took the bait downloaded spyware that secretly installed a program on their computers that allowed scammers to steal the victims’ identities and personal information.

Fourth one is Andrey Nabilebich Tamme, he is involved in a Malware named Opeartion Ghost Click which compromised more than four million computers in more than 100 countries between 2007 and October 2011; there were at least 500,000 victims in the United States alone.

Last, but not the least, Alexsey Belan, he is wanted for allegedly remotely accessing the computer networks of three U.S.-based companies in 2012 and 2013 and stealing sensitive data as well as employees’ identities.

You can read a brief summary and more info of the hackers {HERE.}

image_thumbALEXSEY BELAN

Computer Intrusion; Aggravated Identity Theft; Fraud in Connection With a Computer,

REWARD: The FBI is offering a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest of Alexsey Belan.

Between January of 2012, and April of 2013, Alexsey Belan is alleged to have intruded the computer networks of three major United States-based e-commerce companies in Nevada and California. He is alleged to have stolen their user databases which he then exported and made readily accessible on his server. Belan allegedly stole the user data and the encrypted passwords of millions of accounts and then negotiated the sales of the databases.
Two separate federal arrest warrants for Belan have been issued. One was issued on September 12, 2012, in the United States District Court, District of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada, after Belan was charged with obtaining information by computer from a protected computer; possession of fifteen or more unauthorized access devices; and aggravated identity theft. The second warrant was issued on June 6, 2013, in the United States District Court, Northern District of California, San Francisco, California, after Belan was charged with two counts of fraud in connection with a computer and two counts of aggravated identity theft.
Belan has Russian citizenship and is known to hold a Russian passport. He speaks Russian and may travel to Russia, Greece, Latvia, the Maldives, and Thailand. He may wear eyeglasses and dye his brown hair red or blond. He was last known to be in Athens, Greece.

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Posted BY Mantosh Pal

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