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Document: Justice Department Unseals the Indictments of Three Members of International Cybercrime Group "Fin7"

By Victoria Clark
Wednesday, August 1, 2018, 2:14 PM

The Justice Department unsealed three federal indictments on Wednesday charging Ukranian nationals Dmytro Fedorov, Fedir Hladyr, and Andrii Kopakov with crimes related to their membership in the international cybercrime group "Fin7." According to a Justice Department press release, the charges pertain to their "highly sophisticated malware campaign targeting more than 100 U.S. companies" that "hacked into thousands of computer systems and stole millions of customer credit and debit card numbers." 

Hladyr was arrested in Germany and extradited to the United States in January 2018. He is currently in custody in Seattle. Fedorov was arrested in Poland in January 2018 and remains in Polish custody pending extradition. Kopakov was arrested in Spain in June 2018 and awaits extradition as well. The indictments of Hladyr, Fedorov, and Kopakov are available in full below: 

Hladyr Indictment:

 

Fedorov Indictment: 

 

Kopakov Indictment: