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Russian police have arrested a 22-year-old man suspected of running a bank fraud network that infected six million machines, raking in an estimated 150 million roubles ($4.5m or £2.9m) in ill-gotten gains in the process. The unnamed suspect, who is alleged to be the hacker known by the online nicknames "Hermes" and "Arashi", is …

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Russia's MVD "K" Administration

Would that make them the MKVD?

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Tanget Alert

Wasn't MKV that game where someone thought it was a bright idea to have a helmet mounted gun ?

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Re: Tanget Alert

MDK iirc...

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Re: Russia's MVD "K" Administration

Probably not - the suspect was charged under articles of the criminal code different from section 58.

He is also in one piece...

Oh, by the way, I know that Народный Комиссариат Внутренних Дел is spelled with N, not M :)

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Re: Russia's MVD "K" Administration

"Oh, by the way, I know that Народный Комиссариат Внутренних Дел is spelled with N, not M :)"

I know that too - hence the "I'll get my coat" icon. Still, at least somebody got my feeble attempt at humour. :)

Cheers

ЛПБ

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Sorry About This

Cereal hacker cuffed by Special K's.

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CARBERP Trojan Steals Information

'TROJ_CARBERP.A uses an ingenious technique to avoid detection. This malware deliberately drops a copy of itself and its component files in directories that do not require administrator privileges, effectively defeating Windows 7 and Vista’s User Account Contro`

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Don't mess with the Russians

Spetsnaz coming for anyone trying this one!

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