Spanish authorities allowed the extradition in the USA the Russian programmer
The Spanish authorities approved the extradition in the USA the Russian programmer, who is suspected of fraud.
The Council of Ministers of Spain approved the extradition in the USA the Russian programmer Stanislaus Lisova, suspected of involvement in the embezzlement of funds from accounts using malware. This is stated in the message of Ministry of justice of Spain.
In August, a similar decision was made by the National trial chamber Spain. Lawyer Alexander Lisova Ion called it a “political move.”
Lisov was arrested in Spain on 13 January 2017 on the basis of an Interpol warrant issued at the request of the United States. Then it was reported that the Russian suspected of involvement in the development and dissemination of NeverQuest malware steals data of clients of banks, which they introduce on the pages of online banks. Received with the intercepted data access Bank accounts of victims, the developers of NeverQuest were able to steal from them, according to preliminary data, several millions of dollars.