FBI Cyber Most Wanted GameOver Zeus (GOZ) Mastermind

The United States Federal Beaureu Investigation (FBI) published in its Cyber Most wanted list the Russian hacker VGENIY MIKHAILOVICH BOGACHEV alias (“lucky12345” and “slavik”) for conspiracy and spreading GameOver Zeus Trojan malware world wide.

According the FBI website “BOGACHEV” was indicted under the nickname “lucky12345” by a federal grand jury in the District of Nebraska on charges of Conspiracy to Participate in Racketeering Activity; Bank Fraud On August 22, 2012 and a criminal complaint was issued in the District of Nebraska that ties the previously indicted nickname of “lucky12345” to Bogachev and charges him with Conspiracy to Commit Bank Fraud On May 30, 2014, .

GameOver Zeus

The new Zeus peer-to-peer (P2P) variant is used by cyber criminals to intercept and steal login credentials and banking information, a GOZ infected system sends spam or participate in distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks under command of attacker.

The FBI published The Russian Hacker Aliase and Discription as follow;

Yevgeniy Bogachev, Evgeniy Mikhaylovich Bogachev, “lucky12345”, “slavik”, “Pollingsoon”
DESCRIPTION
Date(s) of Birth Used:
October 28, 1983
Height: Approximately 5’9″
Weight: Approximately 180 pounds
NCIC: W890989955

Bogachev works in the Information Technology field.
Hair: Brown (usually shaves his head)
Eyes: Brown
Sex: Male
Race: White
Remarks: Bogachev was last known to reside in Anapa, Russia. He is known to enjoy boating and may travel to locations along the Black Sea in his boat. He also owns property in Krasnodar, Russia.

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