Russian Cybercrime Market Owner Added to FBI’s Most Wanted List

According to the US Department of Justice, a Russian citizen has been charged and added to the FBI’s list of Cyber Most Wanted for allegedly founding and running a cybercrime marketplace.

Igor Dekhtyarchuk is wanted for allegedly operating a cyber-criminal marketplace that sold thousands of login credentials, personally identifiable information, and authentication tools that allowed transnational organized crime and other cyber criminals to unlawfully access the online accounts of victims located around the world.  On March 16, 2022, Dekhtyarchuk was indicted in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Tyler, Texas, on charges of Wire Fraud, Access Device Fraud, and Aggravated Identity Theft.  On March 17, 2022, a federal warrant was issued for his arrest.


A Russian national, Igor Dekhtyarchuk, was accused in the Eastern District of Texas of operating a cybercrime marketplace where he sold credit cards, access to hacked devices or accounts, and personal information to unsuspecting customers.

A criminal complaint states that Dekhtyarchuk established the marketplace in May 2017 and started marketing it on Russian hacker forums in April of the following year.

Dekhtyarchuk was the administrator of Marketplace A and was a Russian hacker who first appeared in hacker

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