US posts $10 mn reward for alleged Russian cybercriminal

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Washington (AFP) – The United States offered a reward of up to $10 million on Wednesday for a Russian national accused of running a stolen credit card operation. Denis Gennadievich Kulkov, in an indictment unsealed by a US District Court in New York, is charged with device fraud, computer intrusion and money laundering. Kulkov, 43, is accused of founding an electronic platform called Try2Check that helped cybercriminals verify whether stolen credit cards were valid. “As such, Try2Check was a primary enabler of the trade in stolen credit card information, processing at minimum tens of millions …

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