Wednesday, September 29, 2010

MiniPost: UK Zeus Criminals Identified

Eleven of those arrested for committing financial cybercrimes using Zeus malware in the UK have now been formally charged and named, according to a story in this morning's Guardian from which I quote:

Eight people have been charged with conspiracy to defraud and money laundering. They are Ukrainian Yuriy Korovalenko, 28, from Chingford, Essex; Ukrainian Yevhen Kulibaba, 32, from Chingford; Latvian Karina Kostromina, 33, from Chingford; Estonian Aleksander Kusner, 27, from Romford, Essex; Ukrainian Roman Zenyk, 29, of Romford; Belorussian Eduard Babaryka, 26, from Romford; Latvian Ivars Poikans, 29, from Harlow, Essex; and Latvian Kaspars Cliematnieks, 24, from Harlow.

Two have been charged with conspiracy to defraud: Ukrainians Milka Valerij, 29, and Iryna Prakochyk, 23, from Chingford.

Georgian Zurab Revazishvili, 34, from Romford, is charged with offences under the Identity Cards Act 2005.

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