Vape receipts help DOJ nab man who allegedly botnetted thousands of passwords
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Vape receipts help DOJ nab man who allegedly botnetted thousands of passwords

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28-year-old Ukrainian national Glib Oleksandr Ivanov-Tolpintsev has been indicted by the Department of Justice for allegedly using a botnet to brute force people’s passwords, and then selling the credentials on a dark web store ominously called The Marketplace. According to the DOJ, Ivanov-Tolpintsev bragged that he was able to get at least 2,000 logins a week, and he allegedly told one of The Marketplace’s admins that he had cracked over 20,000 passwords. The DOJ’s description of the alleged methods and victims serve as a reminder of how much stolen information is out there, and the importance of implementing basic security principles.

The indictment, which can be read in full below, alleges that Ivanov-Tolpintsev talked about…

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