Russian hackers

The world’s boldest cyber criminals, Russian hackers
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Roman Seleznev(nCux)
Seleznev hacked processing systems of small businesses in the US, through which all financial transactions went. He used vulnerabilities to infect the system and copy all operations on the cards; the information was then collected on the servers belonging to the hacker.
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Nikita Kuzmin(76 service)
In the mid ‘00s, Nikita Kuzmin began hacking ICQ: he stole an account from an owner and demanded money for its return. This way, the hacker earned about 20 thousand dollars. He got access to the password and login database of one of the financial organizations.
a man in a black jacket is smiling at the camera while sitting on a bench
Nikita Kuzmin (76 service)
In the mid ‘00s, Nikita Kuzmin began hacking ICQ: he stole an account from an owner and demanded money for its return. This way, the hacker earned about 20 thousand dollars. He got access to the password and login database of one of the financial organizations.
three men are standing in front of a bison
Dmitriy Smilianets (right) along with Sergey Matvienko (at the center)
Smilianets almost immediately agreed to extradition to the United States. There he was put in jail in New Jersey, where he began to spend his term learning Spanish and Chinese.
three men are standing in front of a bison
Dmitriy Smilianets (right) along with Sergey Matvienko (at the center)
Smilianets almost immediately agreed to extradition to the United States. There he was put in jail in New Jersey, where he began to spend his term learning Spanish and Chinese.
a man and woman pose for a photo with their daughter
Roman Seleznev(nCux)
Seleznev hacked processing systems of small businesses in the US, through which all financial transactions went. He used vulnerabilities to infect the system and copy all operations on the cards; the information was then collected on the servers belonging to the hacker.
a man sitting in a chair with his hands crossed
Dmitriy Smilianets (Bold)
Smilianets was responsible for their resale of hacked credit cards - the cards went for 10-50 dollars apiece depending on the country of origin.
a man sitting in a chair with his hands crossed
Dmitriy Smilianets (Bold)
Smilianets was responsible for their resale of hacked credit cards - the cards went for 10-50 dollars apiece depending on the country of origin.