Following a tip-off from the United States, Russian police today arrested four people affiliated with the Infraud Organization, founded in 2010 by Ukrainian Svyatoslav Bondarenko and responsible for selling stolen credit and debit cards, bank data, identities and malware.
In 2018, the US Department of Justice filed charges of fraud against 36 people involved in infraud activities, and 13 of them were arrested from different countries. Two of the 36 wanted lists were from Egypt, namely: Osama Abdel Hamid and Mina Morris. Also on the list was the Russian Andrey Novak, who was arrested His arrest today, but of course Russian law prohibits the extradition of citizens to another country.
US law enforcement, managed to establish and detain four members of the Infraud Organization hacking group whose main income was the use of stolen credit card data. The purported founder of the criminal group, Andrey Sergeevich Novak, wanted in the US on the accusations of cybercrime, has been arrested for two months, another three members of the group – Kirill Samokutyaev, Konstantin Vladimirovich Bergman and Mark Avramovich Bergman have been detained under a house arrest.