FBI posts ‘Cyber’s Most Wanted’ list

Wanted! The FBI’s “Cyber Most Wanted” list includes 26 accused criminals.

They may not appear on posters in the post office, but the FBI’s “Cyber’s Most Wanted” list features 26 accused criminals, including the so-called “Iranian DDoS attacks,” a group of seven Iranian nationals sought for their involvement in conspiracies to conduct a coordinated campaign of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against the United States financial sector and other U.S.-based companies. 

The men worked for ITSecTeam or Mersad, Iran-based companies that reportedly worked on behalf of the Iranian government.

Evgeniy Mikhailovich Bogachev is wanted for a number of charges related to bank fraud. Last known to reside in Russia, Bogachev, aka “lucky12345” and “slavik,” is believed to be behind a scheme that loaded the notorious software “Zeus” on victims’ computers to capture bank account numbers, passwords and other personal identification numbers. A reward of up to $3 million is being offered for information leading to his

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