US indicts three Romanians over $4 mln cyber fraud

By REUTERS
December 16, 2016 21:47

 
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US authorities have indicted three Romanians in a case of cyber fraud that allegedly netted at least $4 million and infected at least 60,000 computers, mostly in the United States, the US Justice Department said on Friday.

In a statement, the department said the three individuals were extradited to the United States from Romania over the scheme, which involved the sending of 11 million malicious emails.

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