US charges Russian 'Evil Corp' hackers with $100m banking scheme

  The Guardian 

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Maksim Yakubets and Igor Turashev were also sanctioned by the treasury for stealing banking credentials from 40 countries US prosecutors have charged two members of a Russia -based hacking group that calls itself Evil Corp with masterminding a global banking fraud scheme that netted the unsubtly named gang more than $100m. Two leading members of Evil Corp, Maksim Yakubets of Moscow and Igor Turashev from the Russian city Yoshkar-Ola, were charged with bank fraud and also sanctioned by the treasury department for developing and distributing the Dridex malware which stole swiped banking credentials from more than 40 countries. In a statement, US treasury officials called Evil Corp “one of the biggest hacking groups ever”. Continue reading...

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