Infraud alleged hackers pleaded guilty and made a deal with the investigation
All four detained proposed participants in The Infraud Organization (Infraud) pleaded guilty and actively cooperate with the investigation. This is stated in court materials, writes “RIA Novosti”.
Andrei Novak, a suspect in the organization of the group, also fully pleaded guilty to cybercrime. In addition to INFRAUD, it was associated with the largest darknet platform for the sale of these stolen credit cards Unicc, Interfax reports.
According to the lawyer, Novak himself came to the police, spoke about crimes and contributed to the investigation. He also provided law enforcement officers with passwords, documents and access to cryptocurrency assets.
Protection claims that Novak has stopped working with Unicc since 2015:
“For more than seven years, he has not been involved in the activities of the Unicc service, which is generally investigated in this criminal case”.
Novak’s defense asked the Moscow City Court to cancel the decision to detain him, replacing him with house arrest. However, the court did not free him from the pre -trial detention center.
Three other persons involved in the case – Kirill Samokutyaev, Konstantin and Mark Bergman – also concluded pre -trial agreements on cooperation with the investigation and testified for the “other participants”.
The suspects were arrested until March 18.
Recall that in January the FSB announced the liquidation of the Revil hacker group, almost simultaneously with this, UNICC announced the completion of activities. According to experts, since 2013, the site operators received payments for $ 358 million https://gagarin.news/news/hardware-wallets-which-models-are-the-most-popular/ in cryptocurrency.
Later, Russian law enforcement officers arrested the alleged participants in Infraud.
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