The foreign national is alleged to have created and sold ransomware products to hackers, in addition to offering training in their use.
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U.S. law enforcement annouced the seizure and takedown of Hydra Market and RaidForums.
Document: NSA Employee Indicted for Willful Transmission and Retention of National Defense Information
The Department of Justice released an unsealed indictment against an NSA employee.
The Justice Department extradited and arragined Yaroslave Vasinkskyi for his alleged involvemnt in variety of cyber crimes including the Kaseya hack.
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On Feb. 8, the Department of Justice released a criminal complaint against two individuals for an alleged conspiracy to launder billions of dollars in cryptocurrency. The Justice Department charged Ilya Lichtenstein and Heather Morgan with conspiring to commit money laundering and conspiring to defraud the United States.
This is the first criminal case brought by the Justice Department’s Election Threats Task Force, which was created in June 2021 to prosecute those making threats against election workers.
D.C. District Court Judges have handled the Jan. 6 cases in a way that exemplifies Chief Justice Roberts's defense of the "independent judiciary" as "something we should all be thankful for.”
The attorney general is steeped in the Justice Department’s culture of quietness. He needs to talk more—like Ed Levi, the man he points to as his model.
McCabe won back his pension Thursday after the Justice Department settled a lawsuit asserting McCabe was illegally fired.