U.S. police have arrested Kirill Farsov from Russia on charges of stealing personal information for sale in California in addition
to illegal personal use. This is stated in the court documents of the Southern California Board of Electricity.
The Southern California Attorney Generals Office has appointed Firsova director of the Administrative Platform. John F. of New
York. He was arrested on Saturday, October 2020, at Kennedy International Airport. The Department of Homeland Security asked the
court to hear the case before March, but Judge Alison Goddard decided to close the case on May 9.
This information is provided by FBI agent Brian Nielsen. According to him, Ferozov “received his first name and password, money,
goods, services and other values without authorization for products for users of large companies.” According to the FBI content
manager, Russian citizens have announced the creation of this personal information used by future IoT users to steal money and
create false information.
The FBI says the DIIO computer platform “is Russian-based and allows criminals to use the altar to buy goods online to sell
illegal products and services.” According to the FBI, the foundation has been operating since October 201 and has more than
224,000 virtual stores with a total turnover of 10 10 million. Feroze became known as hackers and hackers. Not only did he
control the altar, but he also spoke in other computer conversations that helped hackers. ”
According to the report, the FBC investigated several 250 deer.io online stores and found that most personal and financial
information, including date of birth, home address, password and social security number, were stolen. Individuals and
organizations in the United States, including Southern California, are affected in Europe.
According to the article, from the 1,100 people arrested on the $ 20 Bitcoin account at Cervo.io, the FBI purchased the
unpublished, preliminary information. Of those accounts, 249 were bad and the company’s customers were in San Diego, California.
He is the Legal Director of Interactive Video Games.
It should be noted that Deer.io works well and is not included in the FBI.