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US charges 60 in connection with the Zeus Trojan

Robert McMillan and Jeremy Kirk | Oct. 1, 2010
Zeus operators have made more than US$200 million from the scam, authorities say

Semenov, Rakhmatulina and Shpirko were charged with conspiracy to commit bank fraud and conspiracy to possess false identification documents. Semenov and Rakhmatulina were also charged with false use of a passport.

Customs officers intercepted a United Parcel Service package shipped from Moldova addressed to Semenov at a residence in Brooklyn, New York. Inside the package were several passports, including some with Semenov's photograph but different names such as "Petar Stojanovic" and "Victor Rajkov."

 

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