US Secret Service brings back its Cyber Most Wanted list
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Catalin Cimpanu June 30, 2021

US Secret Service brings back its Cyber Most Wanted list

US Secret Service brings back its Cyber Most Wanted list

The US Secret Service has updated its official website this month to add a new page where the agency is now listing the most sought-after fugitives involved in financially related cybercrime investigations.

The new Most Wanted Fugitives page was re-added to the agency’s site after the page had been removed from the site for the past few years.

The agency’s most wanted fugitives page is very similar to the FBI’s Cyber Most Wanted, with some names found on both lists.

However, there is a difference between the two. While the FBI’s most wanted list includes the names of suspects sought in major cybercrime-related cases, the Secret Service’s page only lists individuals involved in financial fraud cases, which fall under the jurisdiction of the agency’s Cyber Fraud Task Forces (CFTFs).

Currently, the list includes only ten suspects, as follows:

NameCharges
Oleksander Vitalyevich IeremenkoSought in the hack of several newswire services and the US SEC.
Artem Viacheslavovich RadchenkoSought for the hack of the US SEC.
Roman Sergeevich KotovSought for the hack of several payment providers, retailers, and financial institutions between 2007 and 2012.
Rashawd Lamar TullochSought for laundering money for a criminal group carrying out online auction fraud schemes.
Danil PotekhinSought for a massive phishing campaign against cryptocurrency exchange portals and their users.
Dmitrii Vadimovich KarasavidiSought for a massive phishing campaign against cryptocurrency exchange portals and their users.
Farkhad Rauf Ogly ManokhinSought for laundering money for the Goznym malware gang.
Ahmed Yassine AbdelghaniSought for his role in operating the Liberty Reserve digital currency.
Allan Esteban Hidalgo JimenezSought for his role in operating the Liberty Reserve digital currency.
Pavel Pavlovich DubovoySought in the hack of several newswire services.

Catalin Cimpanu is a cybersecurity reporter for The Record. He previously worked at ZDNet and Bleeping Computer, where he became a well-known name in the industry for his constant scoops on new vulnerabilities, cyberattacks, and law enforcement actions against hackers.