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Readers Also Enjoyed. Science Fiction. About L. Kuzmin is accused of masterminding the operation. According to court documents. He crafted a list of technical specifications, then hired a programmer to write the code, who took several months to complete it.
Kuzmin then rented out the virus to criminals for a weekly fee through an operation he set up called 76 Service, which allowed them to customize the malware to steal various types of data they wished to target.
The virus was delivered via various means, often embedded in a malicious. The stolen data siphoned from victim machines was stored on a server, with the criminal customer given access to it for a period of time based on the rental agreement.
The virus was distributed online beginning around in Europe and was spotted infecting machines in the U. But sometime in , according to court documents, unspecified operational and technical difficulties arose and Kuzmin ceased renting the virus. Unnamed co-conspirators provided technical support and updates to clients by refining and updating obfuscation code that helped conceal the malware from antivirus scanners.
Calovskis, who went by the name "Miami," was among those who provided other kinds of updates. He's accused of helping to tweak the code in part by providing web injects to customize attacks for clients. The web injects altered how particular banking websites would appear to victims in order to entice them into submitting more personal information. For example, there were web injects that added a "mother's maiden name" "ATM account number" and "birthdate" query boxes to a banking page to trick victims into providing that information to the attackers.
Paunescu, a Romanian national who went by the name "Virus," operated a bulletproof hosting service that provided criminal customers with servers and IP addresses from which to send out phishing emails containing the Gozi virus as well as the Zeus and SpyEye banking trojans. The servers were also used to host command-and-control operations for controlling botnets and receiving stolen data from victims, as well as to conduct DDoS attacks.
According to a complaint written by FBI agent M. Kathryn Scott, the investigation into the operation began sometime around May Initially, the virus was used to target victims in Europe, but in the attackers turned to victims in the United States.
Dozens of Bank-1 customers, based in New York, were among those who were hit.