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Cybercriminals tried in the U.S.

April 15, 2014

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U.S. courts have started proceedings in two prominent cybercrime cases. The two Ukrainians are facing charges in association with spreading the ZeuS financial trojan used to steal data related with internet banking applications following their arrest in the U.K. Four other co-defendants from Ukraine and Russia are still at large.

In a different case, an American citizen, Cameron Harrison of Georgia, has been charged with running the notorious website which took part in credit card frauds worth 50 million USD worldwide. Harrison has pleaded guilty to the charges. The court with Harrison follows previous sentencing of David Ray Camez in December 2013 with eight other members of the group facing trial. However, the FBI believes that over 50 people were members of the conspiracy.

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