Fraudsters’ Trio Indicted for Bank Trojan Scheme
Three men have been summoned in the US on the charges of using Trojan horse to defraud the online brokerage and banking accounts, as reported by The Register on December 5, 2008.
Revealing the details of scam, prosecutors stated that Alexander Bobnev from Volgograd, Russia is supposed to be the mastermind behind the scam. Bobnev, together with his accomplices, conducted the Trojan horse attacks on the US users. As a result of these attacks, the bunch of crooks was able to filch the login details of the victims.
As per the reports, for executing his plans, Bobnev chose two well-established American citizens, Alexey Mineev from Hampton, New Hampshire and Aleksey Volynskiy from Manhattan. These two handled Bobnev's scam business in the US by acting as money-laundering mules. Th...
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