3 Indicted in $15M JPMorgan, PayPal Hacking Scheme

Law360, San Francisco (March 18, 2014, 4:50 PM EDT) -- Three alleged members of an international cybercrime ring who attempted to steal $15 million by hacking customer accounts at JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, PayPal Inc., Nordstrom Bank and others were charged with wire fraud and identity theft in New Jersey federal court Monday, prosecutors said.

Oleksiy Sharapka, 33, and Leonid Yanovitsky, 39, both of Kiev, Ukraine; and Richard Gundersen, 47, of Brooklyn, N.Y., were charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, conspiracy to commit access device fraud, identity theft and aggravated identity theft, prosecutors said in...
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