A Russian who allegedly at one time ran a network of compromised machines responsible for a third of global spam appeared in federal court in Wisconsin on Friday to deny the charges. Oleg Y Nikolaenko, 23, a resident of Moscow, faces charges that he forged email spam messages in violation of the US CAN-SPAM Act, following his …
Ahh, the Atkinson brothers....
Yet again - and with well-documented ties to Indian manufacturers too.
Who says crime doesn't pay?
Lance and Dean aren't stupid enough to try and set foot in the USA. It'll be interesting to see how the Feds manage to lay their hands on this pair of Kiwi scammers.
So simple, to transfer money abroad, when you know how to do it...
The most interesting thing in this story is how easy is to transfer a lot of money abroad when you know how to do it. We have people transferring hundred of thousand, if not millions, abroad, without getting into the radars of authorities. That's what makes spamming so interesting - you can make a lot of money in a short time. Cut the money transfers, and spam will wither.
You get slammed!
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