Spanish police nab suspected hacker behind Neverquest banking malware - Network World

Spanish police have arrested a Russian programmer suspected of developing the Neverquest banking Trojan, a malware targeting financial institutions across the world. The 32-year-old Russian citizen known as Lisov SV was arrested at the Barcelona ...

Spain arrests Russian wanted by US for alleged hacking - MWC News (satire) (registration) (blog)

Spain has arrested computer programmer Stanislov Lisov on an FBI warrant issued through Interpol on hacking allegations. Spanish officials have announced the arrest of a Russian computer programmer wanted by the United States on hacking allegations ...

Spain arrests Russian bank-account hacker wanted by FBI - Geo News, Pakistan

BARCELONA: Spain has arrested a 32-year-old Russian computer programmer at Barcelona airport who is alleged to have designed and used software to steal bank account details from banks and individuals, Spanish police said on Friday. Working with the ...

Spain says Russian detained for US is a top financial hacker - Virginian-Pilot

MADRID (AP) — Spanish police say a detained Russian computer programmer is one of that country's most important hackers and is wanted by the United States for suspected financial fraud amounting to some $5 million (5 million euros). A Civil Guard ...

Spanish Police Arrest Suspect Behind NeverQuest Banking Trojan - BleepingComputer

Spanish police officers arrested and jailed a Russian national last Friday, January 13, on suspicion of creating and operating the NeverQuest banking trojan. Officers of Spain's Guardia Civil said they arrested 32-year-old Stanislav Lisov based on an ...

Russian programmer suspected of creating “Banking Trojan” – Spanish police - RAPSI

MOSCOW, January 20 (RAPSI) - Russian programmer Stanislav Lisov arrested in Spain is suspected of developing NeverQuest malware, the so-called “Banking Trojan” which steals bank account logins and gives attackers access to accounts through ...

Russian Programmer, Arrested in Spain, Suspected of Creating Banking Trojan - Sputnik International

Russian Stanislav Lisov, detained at the request of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), is suspected of developing a "banking Trojan" entitled NeverQuest, which provided fraudsters access to computers of other persons and financial institutions ...

Russian national detained in Spain suspected of developing computer malware - TASS

MADRID, January 20. /TASS/. Russian national Stanislav Lisov detained in Barcelona is suspected of developing malicious software, Spain's Civil Guard reported on Friday. According to its data, the Spanish police detained the Russian national in ...

Russian hacker arrested at Barcelona Airport - Euro Weekly News

WORKING closely with the FBI, officers from the Guardia Civil have arrested a Russian hacker thought to be responsible for stealing $5 million (€4.7 million) from victims around the world. After receiving information from the USA that the 32-year-old ...

Suspected Russian hacker wanted by US jailed in Spain - The Express Tribune

Stanislav Lisov was questioned via video-conference by a judge in Madrid's National Court. PHOTO: AFP. BARCELONA: An alleged Russian hacker wanted for fraud has been detained in Spain and jailed pending extradition to the United States, police and a ...

IT Specialist Arrested in Spain Linked to Dispute Russia-US - Prensa Latina

19 de enero de 2017, 12:42Moscow, Jan 19 (Prensa Latina) The United States seems to open today a new sphere of controntation with the arrest in Spain of IT specialist Stanislav Lisov, of whom his previous partners have the best opinion as a professional.

Russian Programmer Detained in Spain Suspected of Bank Fraud - Spanish Police - Sputnik International

According to a spokesperson at Spain's National Police Corps, Spanish authorities detained Russian programmer Stanislav Lisov at the request of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation on possible suspicion of bank fraud. Computer. © Photo: Pixabay.

Russia Hacking Scandal: Programmer Stanislav Lisov Detained In Spain At FBI's Request, Russian Media Says - International Business Times

Spanish authorities have detained a Russian programmer at the request of FBI, Russian media reported Thursday. The detention comes after U.S. intelligence agencies found that Russian hackers were involved in the November 2016 cyberattacks that ...

Russian Programmer Detained in Spain on Suspicion of Fraud - Sputnik International

Russian programmer was detained by the Spanish Civil Guard at Barcelona's El Prat Airport on the basis of an international arrest warrant at the US Department of Justice request, according to official statement. MADRID (Sputnik) — Spanish authorities ...

Spanish court to consider request on detained Russian programmer's extradition to US - TASS

MADRID, January 19. /TASS/. Spain's national judicial board will decide on a request to extradite detained Russian programmer Stanislav Lisov to the United States, the country's Civil Guard told TASS on Thursday. "He was detained at the airport of ...

Embassy in talks with Spanish authorities to protect detained Russian programmer's rights - TASS

MADRID, January 19. /TASS/. The Russian embassy in Madrid is in contact with Spanish law enforcement officials to protect the interests of Russian citizen Vladislav Lisov, who was detained at the request of the United States, the diplomatic mission ...

Russian detained in Spain upon U.S. request receives consular support - Russia Beyond the Headlines

Russian citizen Stanislav Lisov, who has been detained by Spain's authorities upon the U.S. request, is being provided with consular assistance, and Moscow is carefully monitoring the situation, Russian Foreign Ministry's Commissioner for Human Rights, ...

Hunt for 'Russian hackers'? Spain detains vacationing programmer 'at FBI's request' - RT

A 31-year-old Russian computer programmer has been detained by Spanish authorities at the request of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Interpol, his wife has confirmed to RT. Stanislav Lisov was apprehended on January 13 at the airport in ...

Russian Diplomats Monitor FBI-Requested Detention of Programmer in Spain - Sputnik International

Russian diplomats are monitoring the situation surrounding the detention of a Russian programmer in Spain at the request of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Interpol, the Russian Embassy in Madrid said Thursday. MADRID (Sputnik) ...

Russian Programmer Detained in Spain at FBI's Request - Reports - Sputnik International

A Russian programmer has been detained in Spain at the request of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Interpol, the programmer's wife told RT. MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Stanislav Lisov, 31, was detained on January 13, while the family was on ...