US government indicts Iranian nationals for ransomware and other cybercrimes

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) unsealed an indictment that charged three Iranian cybercriminals with orchestrating a series of attacks from October 2020 to the present, that resulted in the three being able to access the computer networks of multiple US entities. The three, Mansour Ahmadi, a.k.a. Mansur Ahmadi, 34; Ahmad Khatibi Aghda, a.k.a. Ahmad Khatibi, 45; and Amir Hossein Nickaein Ravari, a.k.a. Amir Hossein Nikaeen, a.k.a. Amir Hossein Nickaein, a.k.a. Amir Nikayin, 30, not only attacked hundreds of victims in the United States, but also entities in Israel, the United Kingdom, Russia, and Iran itself.

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