US DOJ Arrests YunHe Wang for Alleged $130M Botnet Scam

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has reportedly arrested an individual named YunHe Wang on suspicion of operating a botnet scheme that defrauded victims of approximately $130 million. A botnet scam typically involves controlling multiple compromised computers or other devices (collectively known as a ‘botnet’) to carry out fraudulent activities.

YunHe Wang is suspected of using this botnet network to infect victims’ computers with malware, which may have been used to steal personal information, launch ransomware attacks, generate fraudulent ad revenue, or carry out other illicit activities. These activities generally cause significant financial loss and personal distress for victims.

The DOJ’s ongoing investigation will aim to confirm the details of Wang’s alleged crimes and collect evidence to support their case. Wang will then be tried according to U.S. law, and if found guilty, may face substantial penalties.

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