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.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
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:
Posted by Gary Warner, UAB / PhishMe at 10:31 PM