U.S. authorities have arrested Russian Kirill Forsov, who was using a fake ID to sell his ID to California residents. According to
the California District Attorney, the documents were obtained through an electronic information lab.
California law firm Ferrero-Waldner has asked for a platform player to be managed. New York to John F .. Arrested at Ken 2020
International Airport on Saturday, March 1. Supreme Court Judge Allison Goddard will hear the case on March 9, but the Justice
Department has asked for funding.
The document contains evidence from FBI analyst Brian Nelson. According to the FBI agent, Farzov uses his partner’s permission to
access the company’s devices, including names and passwords, intelligence, security and money. Users use .io to steal this
personal information and create fake identities.
The FBI says it is a group of online agents working in Russia, while my fathers online store allows criminals to sell criminal
goods and services. According to the FBI, since October 2013, utility companies have used more than 24,000 advertising channels,
totaling $ 1.7 million. Farzov is accused of “Russian hackers and the owner” who not only bought the platform, but also announced
other attacks on the kidnappers.
According to the material, the FBI analyzed the ratings of about 2,250 traffickers and concluded that it was primarily their
personal and financial information, including the U.S. citizen’s birth year. , Address, password and social security number. .
Individuals and organizations in Europe and the United States, including Southern California, are affected.
The article states that the FBI received a lawsuit against Deru in March on 1.1 billion 2020 account holders identified as
Bearcoin but anonymously. 29 of these accounts have been dropped by San Diego-based consumers in California. He is a good observer
of interactive video games. It is important to note that Deru is doing well, and that the FBI is not worried about how it took
over one of their Russian companies. Ob