U.S. authorities have arrested Kirill Firosov, a Russian citizen, on suspicion of someone living in California stealing personal
information and using a fake ID. This is stated in the legal document submitted in the electronic records of Southern California.
The Southern California Prosecutor’s Office issued a certificate to Firos DI. “Russia was arrested on Saturday 2020.” at New
York’s John F. Kennedy Airport. The prosecution asked the court to adjourn the case until March 9, but Judge Alison Goddard ruled
in his favor on March 9.
These documents contain written evidence from FBI agent Brian Nilsson. He said Firsov “received a password from an account holder
who uses money, goods, services and other valuables among the company’s customers without the consent of an authorized person.”
According to the FBI, Russia will use this intelligence in the future to steal property and provide ID cards to MiGIO users.
“The cyberMos.o platform is based in Russia and provides criminals with access to online shopping, criminal activities and retail
services,” according to the FBI.According to the FBI, more than 2,000 customers in trade and a million sales have been leading
since October 2011. Firosov is accused of is a “Russian hacker, DearII management,” who is not only a platform leader, but also a
supporter. Other websites that serve as hackers. ”
According to the report, the FBI investigated the sale of two houses and found that their and non-financial status, year-to-year,
address, password and security card were confiscated in the United States. General Chat Chat Lounge General Chat Chat Lounge
Groups and organizations in Europe and America, including California.
The device states that in March, the FBI issued a statement Deer.io, Bitcoin with 20,000 accounts and 20,000 accounts. Of those
accounts, 29 were owned by government customers in Delgo, California. This is a legitimate user in video games. Note that Dera.io
works well and F.B.I. Reasonably compliant Russian companies cannot run.