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The infected servers did not include the trading platformthat allows Nasdaq customers to buy and sell securities,prosecutors said. Officials with Nasdaq said they could notimmediately comment.
The indictment also cited Albert Gonzalez as aco conspirator. history, helping steal millions of creditand debit cards. Attorney's Office in Manhattan announced two otherindictments against Kalinin, one charging he hacked servers usedby Nasdaq from November 2008 through October 2010. It said heinstalled malicious software that enabled him and others toexecute commands to delete, change or steal data.
The indictment charged that they took approximately 30million payment card numbers from British payment processorCommidea Ltd in 2008 and 800,000 card numbers from Visa Inc'slicensee Visa Jordan in 2011.
andEuropean companies more than $300 million in losses, and chargedone of them with breaching Nasdaq computers. history. PenneyCo along with JetBlue Airways Corp, prosecutorssaid as they announced indictments.
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Prosecutors said they conservatively estimate that a groupof five men stole at least 160 million credit card numbers,resulting in losses in excess of $300 million. They allegedly hid theiractivities using anonymous web hosting services provided byMikhail Rytikov, 26, of Ukraine.
A source with knowledge of the breach said on Thursday theindictment was not related to a 2010 attack that Nasdaq hadpreviously disclosed, though it has said little about thematter. Sources told Reuters in 2011 that the previouslydisclosed attack was targeted against Directors Desk, a serviceused by corporate boards to share documents and communicate withexecutives, among other things. ()
"They involve dozens or even hundreds of people huddled overcomputer terminals all over the world in a common purpose ofstealing of disseminating credit card numbers," said Rasch, whowas not involved in bringing the case.
of New Jersey. "Those who havethe expertise and the inclination to break into our computernetworks threaten our economic wellbeing, our privacy and ournational security."
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Russian Dmitriy Smilianets, 29, is accused of selling thestolen data and distributing the profits. cards, $15 for ones from Canada and $50 forEuropean cards, which are more expensive because they havecomputer chips that make them more secure.
An attack on Global Payment Systems that begin in aboutJanuary 2011 resulted in the theft of more than 950,000 cardsand losses of about $93 million, according to the indictment.
The five concealed their efforts by disabling anti virussoftware on victims computers and storing data on multiplehacking platforms, prosecutors said. They sold the payment cardnumbers to resellers, who then sold them on online forums or to"cashers" who encode the numbers onto blank plastic cards. AttorneyPaul J. Pink Air Max 95
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