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FBI Most Wanted Hackers

The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has added five new individuals to its Cyber Most Wanted list and announced the Reward.

Farhan Arshad and Noor Aziz Uddin are listed in this, they both are Pakistani nationals accused of taking part in an international telecoms hacking scheme. They’re damaged the over $50 million (€37 million) after hacking business telephone systems between 2008 and 2012.

Arshad and Uddin are part of an international criminal ring that the FBI believes extends in Pakistan, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Spain, Singapore, Italy, Malaysia and other locations.

Another man in this list is Russian national Alexsey Belan. Belan is wanted for hacking into the networks of 3 US companies from which he stole sensitive information.

The third one is Andrey Nabilevich Taame, a Syrian national. He wanted for his role in Operation Ghost Click, a cybercriminal scheme that made over half a million victims in the United States alone.

The last guy is Carlos Perez-Melara, he is accused of distributing a piece of spyware onto the computers of unsuspecting users through a fraudulent website that claimed to be offering a solution for “catching cheating lovers.”

Those who can provide valuable information to the FBI regarding these individuals can be rewarded with up to $100,000.

FBI officials are posted in a statement "The expansion of the Cyber Most Wanted list is a reference of the FBI increased efforts in this area"