Russian conspire with most wanted cyber criminal In Yahoo Hack

Two Russian intelligence officials are amongst four charged by the DOJ on March 15 for the attack on Yahoo. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

Prosecutors today unsealed an indictment charging four men, including two Russian intelligence officials, with a 2014 hack of Yahoo that affected 500 million accounts. The U.S. claimed the FSB agents – Dmitry Dokuchaev and Igor Sushchin – conspired with an FBI Most Wanted hacker Alexey Belan to carry out the attack. Canadian police arrested a fourth individual, Kazakh national Karim Baratov, for his alleged involvement in the breach.

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