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The 5 most wanted cybercriminals by the FBI

The 5 most wanted cybercriminals by the FBI

Bjorn Daniel Sundin

Bjorn Daniel Sundin is from Sweden -with Ukrainian origins-, has red hair and hazel eyes. The intruder is wanted by the FBI for involvement in an international computer crime scheme that tricked victims into buying more than one million copies of fake software products. The FBI estimates that it obtained more than 100 million dollars from the targets. Sundin and his accomplices used infected browsers, fake scanners and error messages to convince users.

Reward: The FBI offers up to $ 20,000 for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of Sundin.

Shaileshkumar P. Jain

Shaileshkumar P. Jain – Indian with black hair and brown eyes – is co-conspirator of Sundin, accused of the same crimes as the previous one. Both were accused in Chicago of computer fraud, that is, to defraud Internet users for money through fake software, depositing the money in several bank accounts around the world and eventually stored in a European bank.

Reward: For any information that leads to Jain’s arrest or conviction, the FBI is offering up to $ 20,000.

Peteris Sahurovs

Peteris Sahurovs is wanted by the FBI for participating in an international cyber attack carried out between February and September 2010. It is estimated that Sahurovs stole more than 2 million dollars from the victims through the sale of fraudulent security programs. The FBI alleges that Sahurvos carried out his plan by placing ads in an online newspaper presenting itself as a legitimate advertising agency. He sent fake ads to direct users to a different link that sells his fake antivirus software. Sahurovs is potentially in Rezekne, Latvia or Kiev, Ukraine; and is known to use the aliases “piotrek”, “piotrek89” and “sagade”.

Reward: The FBI is offering up to $ 50,000 for any information that leads to the arrest or conviction of Sahurovs.

Alexsey Belan

Alexsey Belan is wanted by the FBI for crimes allegedly committed against large e-commerce companies in Nevada and California between 2012 and 2013. The FBI alleges that Belan stole user databases to gain access to their account information and passwords. Once he got what he needed, he sold the data. Even more recently, Belan has been accused of being a participant in the Yahoo hack, one of the biggest security attacks in the history of the United States, committing more than 500 million accounts. The cybercriminal is Latvian, speaks Russian and can reside in Russia, Greece, Latvia, Maldives or Thailand. His best known aliases are Magg, M4G, Moy.Yawik, and Abyrvaig. He was last seen in Athens, Greece.

Reward: For any information that leads to Belan’s arrest, the FBI is offering up to $ 100,000.

Nicolae Popescu

Nicolae Popescu, also known by the aliases “Nae” and “Stoichitoiu”, is wanted for his alleged involvement in online fraud. It is said that Popescu posted ads on online auction sites for items that did not exist. Popescu conspirators in the United States also used fake passports to open bank accounts under false identities so victims could send them money. Popescu has been on the radar of the FBI since 2012 and, according to them; he speaks Romanian and may have traveled to Europe.

Reward: The FBI is offering a reward of up to $ 1 million for any information leading to the arrest of Nicolae Popescu.


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