The FBI, the Russian owner of Deer.io, the world’s biggest Shopify scam, has been arrested.
US authorities in Russia have arrested Kirill Firso on suspicion of stealing confidential information from California citizens for
using false information. This has been documented in the archives of the Western California Library.
The Southern Ministry of Justice has named Firsova Director of Dior.io. John F., New York City; “Wednesday, March 7, 2020. At the
Kennedy International Airport in Russia.” A federal judge asked the court for clarification on March 9, but on March 9, permanent
judge Allison Goddard denied the appeal.
The document is based on written evidence from FBI Director Brian Nilsson. According to him, Firsov “agreed to access any client
software without the publisher, and to represent the future power of attorneys and access to money, property, services and
equipment.” It can be used to steal users’ money and create false information, said Dior.io, the FBI’s Russian spy agency.
The FBI says cybersecurity.co.uk is linked to Russia and that criminals can use the internet for security and illegal activities.
“The FBI says the house has been under surveillance since October 2013 and has 24,000 stores totaling $ 17 million.” This is an
According to him, the FBI analyzed various 250dior.io online sources and concluded that many people stole personal and financial
information, including their birthdays. Home address, password, and social security number for US citizens. It affects individuals
and organizations in Europe and the United States, including Southern California.
Interestingly, on March 4, the FBI, without explaining this, looked at a $ 1.1,000 agent in a verified profile with Bitcoin. . 249
of these items were purchased and were the company’s consumer products from San Diego, California. This is the bottom of the
thumbnail. Note that Deer.io works well because Russian businesses with the FBI haven’t been stolen.