Microsoft engineer charged with money laundering over Reveton ransomware

Nicholas Fearn
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Alleged ransomware mastermind faces up to 20 years in prison if found guilty

A Microsoft employee has been arrested on suspicion of infecting victims with the Reveton ransomware, and money laundering. Forty-one year-old Raymond Uadiale, who worked as a network engineer f...

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