The world’s largest fraud market, Deer.io, has been hijacked by Russian owner F.B.I.
US authorities have arrested Kirill Ferrero-Waldner of Russia on charges of notifying California residents and selling them with
intent to use the information.
Farsawa is asked by Southern California law to look at the position of Mo.io Russia at the John F. Kennedy International Airport
in New York City Saturday, March 7, 2020. The plaintiff asked the court to close part of the case before March 9, but Judge
Allison Goddard decided March 9 to dismiss the case.
The document contains written evidence from FBI Agent Brian Nelson. According to him, Ferozov “obtained the name and password of
the account without giving permission to enter into the storage of any company with loans, goods, services and other important
information.” From the FBI’s point of view, Russians know that personal information will be used in the future. money and create
The FBI says the website ‘cyberdeer.io is located in Russia and allows criminals to go to the web site to sell illegal products
and activities. Open since October 2013 with more than 27,000 stores, a total of seven million. Of course, it’s not just admin on
this site, it’s not advertised on hackers website ”
According to the FQB, the FQB selected about 250 virtual stores in Mano, most of which stole financial and personal information,
including the year of birth, place of residence, password, and social security number of the citizen. Connected. Residents and
organizations of the United States in Europe and the United States, as well as the states of southern California.
On March 4, the FGB bought a bitcoin transaction data set in Man.io without disclosure and charged $ 20,000 to its creditors for $
1.1,000. Of those, 249 were broken into and are from business clients, who are based in San Diego, California. It is a legitimate
game for interactive video games.
Note that Deer.io works well and F.B.I. He was arrested for failing to intervene in Russia’s affairs. R.