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The young man will now serve a lengthy sentence for his misdeeds.


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Nov 26, 2020
The young man will now serve a lengthy sentence for his misdeeds.

When US Attorney Damian Williams filed a federal court complaint against 23-year-old Foster Cooley from Arizona, the US Department of Justice made a suspect arrest announcement. Williams claims that Cooley took part in a plot to steal more than $ 400,000 that was intended to go to the victim company's account but instead went to thieves in order to gain access to their network of hairdressers. Since the young man and his colleagues took money without entering any salons, their crimes went undiscovered for a while.

Using malware, Cooley is alleged to have obtained the logins and passwords of staff members of a hair salon chain with locations in New York, New Jersey, and Colorado. After obtaining the required information, the criminal used it to access credit cards belonging to branches that were saved in the victims' web browsers.

With access to branch credit cards, Cooley changed bank accounts and sent all client payments for a hair salon to accounts he and his accomplices controlled.

The maximum sentence for Cooley's single charge of fraud using electronic means of communication is 20 years in prison, and the maximum sentence for causing fraud-related harm to a secure computer is 10 years. Cooley was captured during an FBI operation and is now facing serious criminal charges for his cybercrime.
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