Russian hacker pleaded guilty in U.S. court
MOSCOW, 28 Mar — RIA Novosti. Russian Maxim Cenis, was extradited from Finland to the US on charges of computer fraud, pleaded guilty in court, reports Agence France-Presse, citing the statement of the American Ministry of justice.
Cenis were temporarily detained in Finland on 8 August 2015 at the request of the Ministry of justice on the basis of the agreement between Finland and the USA on extradition in connection with the crime. Senaha in Minnesota is accused of committing numerous computer fraud and abuse. The Russian was handed over to American justice in January 2016.
According to the prosecution, the Russians have used malicious software to infect tens of thousands of computers in USA and around the world to capitalize on the bogus “clicks” on the advertising sites.
It is expected that the verdict Senahu will be submitted in August.