Case Name: U.S. vs. Mark Sokolovsky
Raccoon Infostealer is malicious software that infects computers and steals personal information, including email addresses, identification numbers, bank account information, and cryptocurrency information. Criminal actors can use the stolen information to commit identity theft, financial fraud, or other crimes. Raccoon Infostealer infected computers in many countries from 2018 through early 2022. Mark Sokolovsky is alleged to be one of the key administrators behind the Raccoon Infostealer. He has been charged with conspiracy to violate the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, money laundering, wire fraud, and aggravated identity theft. For more information and resources on Raccoon Infostealer, including a site that can tell you whether your email address may have been stolen, please visit the links below.
Visit the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center: https://raccoon.ic3.gov.