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The following persons top the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Cyber Most Wanted list:

picSun Kailiang: Conspiring to Commit Computer Fraud; Accessing a Computer Without Authorization for the Purpose of Commercial Advantage and Private Financial Gain; Damaging Computers Through the Transmission of Code and Commands; Aggravated Identity Theft; Economic Espionage; Theft of Trade Secrets. More Here…

picHuang Zhenyu: Conspiring to Commit Computer Fraud; Accessing a Computer Without Authorization for the Purpose of Commercial Advantage and Private Financial Gain; Damaging Computers Through the Transmission of Code and Commands; Aggravated Identity Theft; Economic Espionage; Theft of Trade Secrets. More Here…

picWen Xinyu:  Conspiring to Commit Computer Fraud; Accessing a Computer Without Authorization for the Purpose of Commercial Advantage and Private Financial Gain; Damaging Computers Through the Transmission of Code and Commands; Aggravated Identity Theft; Economic Espionage; Theft of Trade Secrets. More Here…

picWang Dong: Conspiring to Commit Computer Fraud; Accessing a Computer Without Authorization for the Purpose of Commercial Advantage and Private Financial Gain; Damaging Computers Through the Transmission of Code and Commands; Aggravated Identity Theft; Economic Espionage; Theft of Trade Secrets. More Here…

picGu Chunhui: Conspiring to Commit Computer Fraud; Accessing a Computer Without Authorization for the Purpose of Commercial Advantage and Private Financial Gain; Damaging Computers Through the Transmission of Code and Commands; Aggravated Identity Theft; Economic Espionage; Theft of Trade Secrets. More Here…

picBjorn Daniel Sundin: Along with his co-conspirator, Shaileshkumar P. Jain, Sundin is wanted for his alleged involvement in an international cybercrime scheme that caused internet users in more than 60 countries to purchase more than one million bogus software products, resulting in consumer loss of more than $100 million. It is alleged that from December 2006 to October 2008, through fake advertisements placed on legitimate companies’ websites, Sundin and his accomplices deceived internet users into believing that their computers were infected with “malware” or had other critical errors in order to encourage them to purchase “scareware” software products that had limited or no ability to remedy the purported defects. More Here…

picAlexandr Sergeyevich Bobnev: Indicted in the Southern District of New York on November 26, 2008, on one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering. Bobnev was indicted for his alleged participation in a money laundering scheme involving unauthorized access to the accounts of a major provider of investment services. Bobnev allegedly accessed compromised accounts and wire transferred funds out of these accounts to money mules in the United States. These mules were then responsible for transferring the money back to Bobnev. Between June of 2007 and August of 2007, Bobnev allegedly wired or attempted to wire over $350,000 from compromised accounts. More Here…

picCarlos Enrique Perez-Melara: Wanted for his alleged involvement in manufacturing spyware which was used to intercept the private communications of hundreds, if not thousands, of victims. As part of the scheme, Perez-Melara ran a website offering customers a way to “catch a cheating lover” by sending spyware masqueraded as an electronic greeting card. Victims who opened the greeting card would unwittingly install a program onto their computers. The program collected keystrokes and other incoming and outgoing electronic communications on the victims’ computers. The program would periodically send e-mail messages back to the purchasers of the service containing the acquired communications, including the victims’ passwords, lists of visited websites, intercepted e-mail messages, and keystroke logs. More Here…

picAndrey Nabilevich Taame: anted for his alleged involvement in the unauthorized infection of malware on over 4 million computers located in more than 100 countries, which includes at least 500,000 victims in the United States, from approximately 2007 to October of 2011. This malware changed the infected computers’ Domain Name System (DNS) settings so that the infected computers did not connect to the user’s Internet Service Provider’s (ISP) server, but instead connected to fraudulent servers that Taame’s co-conspirators controlled. These fraudulent servers then converted the domain names to the wrong IP addresses and redirected the infected computer to websites the user of the infected computer did not intend to visit. This allowed Taame to hijack Internet traffic for the purpose of online advertising fraud. More Here…

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Noor Aziz Uddin: Wanted for his alleged involvement in an international telecommunications scheme that defrauded unsuspecting individuals, companies, and government entities, to include large telecom companies, in both the United States and abroad. Between November of 2008 and April of 2012, Noor Aziz Uddin is alleged to have compromised computer systems and conducted the scheme which ultimately defrauded victims of amounts in excess of $50 million. The international scheme involved members of a criminal organization that extended into Pakistan, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Spain, Singapore, Italy, and Malaysia, among other nations. More Here…