FBI posts $50,000 reward for ‘Lover Spy’ malware writer


 The FBI has offered large rewards for information that could help them catch a clutch of alleged cybercriminals, including an El Salvadoran national accused of selling a Trojan designed to spy on husbands or wives believed by their spouses to be cheating on them.

The details published on the FBI website covers all types of cybercrime, including database theft and hacking, telecom fraud, and malware scams. But it is the curious tale of Carlos Enrique Perez-Melara that offers the most more unusual case.

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