Latvia will malware author still out to U.S.




Latvia will malware author still out to U.S.

Latvia has decided to alleged hacker Deniss Calovskis yet to extradite to the United States. The man was also responsible for the development of a virus that was used to make money in internet banking managers. Booty

Malware Calovskis, according to the U.S. a malware author who would be the Gozi Trojan Service. The note should include code have written to perform ‘browser injects “that can be used. The content of web pages manipulated This criminals were able to make to include U.S. Internet users. Millions of dollars booty The malware would be difficult to detect and is difficult to remove.

The Let Calovskis was late last year arrested by the police. Initially, the Latvian Foreign Minister was against extradition to the U.S. of Calovskis. The punishment that the accused could get up to 67 years in prison would be disproportionate, while the alleged crimes were not committed in the U.S..

Meanwhile, the Latvian government to know that Calovskis will be extradited after had spoken. ministers in a vote at a ratio of 7 to 5 for extradition yet A spokesman for the Latvian government announced that there is now enough evidence on the table came against the defendant.



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