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8 Victims Of The Gameover Zeus, CryptoLocker Attacks

Court documents outline significant fraud allegedly conducted by the attackers behind the Gamover Zeus botnet and its link to the CryptoLocker data ransom campaign. Here are eight prominent victims of the attacks.

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Police Disrupt Gameover Zeus Botnet, Disable CryptoLocker

Authorities in 10 countries seized servers believed to be connected to Gameover Zeus, a tightly controlled botnet that has plagued the banking industry. The botnet also was believed to be connected to CryptoLocker, the ransomware that locked up the files of victims and businesses and attempted to extort money for the key to access the frozen files. Police seized servers connected to the botnet in Canada, France, Germany Luxemboug, the Netherlands, Ukraine and the United Kingdom, investigators said. The FBI added Evgeniy Mikhailovich Bogachev to its most wanted list on Monday. The 30-year-old Anapa, Russia, resident was allegedly the principal administrator behind the Gameover Zeus botnet. Others are believed to be in Russia or Ukraine. CRN pulled together the victims identified in court documents unsealed Monday in U.S. District Court of Western Pennsylvania.

 
 
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