Three suspects were arrested and charged on Friday for the allegations “Bit-Con” hacks high profile Twitter account that occurred July 15, according to the US District Attorney’s Office in Northern California.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement confirmed 17-year-old Graham Ivan Clark was arrested in Tampa on Friday for high-profile hacking.
According to FDLE Facebook post, the young “mastermind” is accused of controlling several accounts belonging to famous people, including former President Barack Obama, Elon Musk and Bill Gates, and using that account to spread Bitcoin fraud.
Clark faces dozens of alleged crimes related to hacking.
The US Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of California confirmed that two other suspects were arrested for hacking “Bit-Con”.
According to the court, the suspect Mason Sheppard, aka “Chaewon,” 19, from Bognor Regis, in England, was charged with a criminal complaint in the Northern California District with a conspiracy to commit wire fraud, a conspiracy to launder money and intentional access from a protected computer.
The suspect Nima Fazeli, aka “Rolex,” 22, from Orlando, Florida, was also charged in a criminal complaint in the Northern California District for aiding and abetting by deliberate access from a protected computer.
“Hackers are suspected of compromising more than 100 social media accounts and deceiving account users and others who send money based on their fraudulent requests,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian C. Rabbitt of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. “A quick investigation of this behavior is a testament to the expertise of our investigators, our commitment to responding quickly to cyber attacks, and the close relationships we have built with law enforcement partners around the world.”
According to the court, as alleged in the complaint, the Twitter attack consisted of a combination of technical and social engineering violations. The results of the Twitter hack are a compromise of about 130 Twitter accounts relating to politicians, celebrities and musicians.
Hackers are accused of creating a scam Bitcoin account, to infiltrate a Twitter VIP account, to send a request from a Twitter VIP account with a false promise to double every Bitcoin deposit made to a scam account, and then have stolen Bitcoin. that the victim is saved into a fraudulent account. Claims in complaints show fraudulent Bitcoin accounts receiving more than 400 transfers worth more than $ 100,000.
FDLE said the investigation involved partnerships between several local, state and federal agencies, including the FBI, the IRS, the US Secret Service, the US Attorney’s Office for the Central District of Florida and for Northern California, and the 13th Judicial Circuit of the State Attorney’s Office, which will sue this case.
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