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Russian Officers Arrested the Group of Persons Involved in the Blocking of Apple Devices

Russian Officers arrested the group of persons Involved in the remote blocking of mobile and stationary devices company «Apple» and mailing list messages demanding money Unlock threatened to delete your data.

The attackers used the opportunity to appear in the latest versions of the mobile operating system iOS service «Find my Iphone», designed to find and block lost or stolen mobile phones or tablets.

The first was to gain access to the account Apple ID victims by creating a phishing pages, unauthorized access to e-mail or use social engineering techniques.

The second scheme was aimed at binding of another device to a prearranged account, and to that end at various Internet resources to create ads for lease Apple ID, containing a large amount of media content acquired.

Outcomes of the two schemes is the loss of control over their victims devices to unlock which should apply to the authorized service center of the company «Apple», thus presenting an identity document and a receipt from the store confirming the purchase of the phone or tablet, which in some cases was difficult.

In the course of operational activities by the "K" Russian Interior Ministry was detected at similar schemes operating group of individuals. Just a month attackers took to firmly occupy this new niche for kibernarushiteley. 

The suspects were detained. They were the two residents of the Southern Administrative District of Moscow in 1991 and born in 1998, one of which has already been tried before.

The victims were once again able to use their electronic ustroystvami.Vozbuzhdeno criminal case under Part 2 of Art. 272 of the Criminal Code.



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