The Infraud Organization Group Members Arrested by Russian Authorities

The Infraud Organization was labeled as the dark web’s largest cybercrime group after being indicted for stealing $530 million in different scams.

Four members of the infamous Infraud Organization hacking group have been detained by the Russian agency FSB and law enforcement authorities. Reportedly, the group’s founder Andrey Novak is sought by the US authorities for carrying out cybercrimes within the US territories. Novak was arrested along with three other members of the group. The four individuals are currently under house arrest.

The news came just a week after the FSB arrested key members of the infamous REvil ransomware group during a raid in different regions of the country. The arrests were made at the request of the government of the United States, the agency had confirmed.

Previous Coverage on Infraud has been following the activities of the Infraud Organization closely over the years. The group was founded in 2010, allegedly by Ukraine’s Svyatoslav Bondarenko. By 2018, the group had become the Dark Web‘s largest group of cybercriminals with the motto “In Fraud We Trust.” The group has been involved in buying, selling, and disseminating credit card data, PII (personally identifiable information), malware deployment, etc.

Infraud Organization members ran an

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