The actions of the Russian Vladimir Drinkman accused the U.S. of hacking attacks that have caused damage in 300 million dollars, said Tuesday the assistant to the American Minister of justice Leslie Caldwell.
According to the U.S. justice Department, " the verdict Drinkman will be announced fifteen January 2016 ".
"These large-scale hacker attacks on American organizations did serious damage and caused damage to more than 300 million individuals and legal entities in the United States," said Caldwell.
according to his statement, in this case " the actions of American States in close cooperation with international partners has shown that we can find and put you on trial cybercriminals who attack America - no matter in what part of the world they are ".
according to information Drinkman Tuesday pleaded guilty in the organization of a major hacker attack, which resulted in data were abducted 160 million credit and debit cards. He faces a prison sentence of up to 35 years.
before Drinkman in court in Newark of the state new Jersey was formally charged. Drinkman was brought to the U.S. from the Netherlands, where the court ignored the arguments of his protection and agreed to satisfy the request of the US extradition.
By assumption of the investigation, the citizens of Russia Vladimir Drinkman, Alexander Kalinin, Roman Kotov and Dmitriy Smilianets, and Ukrainian Mikhail Rytikov for seven years penetrated computer networks of major U.S. and international organizations, of which downloaded data from more than 160 million credit and debit cards, which are then resold to third party customers. Prosecutors called the biggest hacker attack in U.S. history.