The curious case of Dmitry Golubov

Monday, 31 March 2008, 3:46 PM EST

Dmitry Ivanovich Golubov is a Ukrainian politician once considered by U.S. law enforcement to be a top cybercrime boss.

Golubov took rather strong exception to the way he was characterized in that post, denying involvement in any type of cybercrime activity. The problem, Golubov claimed, is that the FBI confused him with someone else.

At SecurityFix.

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