Top 10 cybercriminals of the world !!

Once considered one of the most wanted computer criminals in the United States, Mitnick gained unauthorized access to numerous computer systems, stole proprietary software, and intercepted sensitive information.

Kevin Mitnick

A British hacker known as "Solo," McKinnon was accused of perpetrating the largest military computer hack of all time. He allegedly gained unauthorized access to 97 U.S. military and NASA computers.

Gary McKinnon

Lamo gained recognition after hacking into the computer systems of several high-profile companies, including Microsoft, Yahoo!, and The New York Times. He was known as the "homeless hacker" for his transient lifestyle.

Adrian Lamo

A notorious hacker, Gonzalez was responsible for leading a group that orchestrated major credit card breaches, including the infamous TJX Companies attack in 2007. He stole millions of credit card numbers, resulting in significant financial losses.

Albert Gonzalez

Although not an individual, Anonymous is a loosely associated international hacker collective responsible for various cyberattacks and hacktivist activities. Their targets have ranged from governments and corporations to individuals and organizations involved in controversial issues.


Known as "Axl," Ivanov was a member of the Russian cybercriminal group known as "CarderPlanet." He played a significant role in credit card fraud, identity theft, and the development of criminal marketplaces on the internet.

Dmitry Vladimirovich Ivanov

Operating under the alias "Iceman," Butler was involved in large-scale credit card fraud, identity theft, and hacking. He created a sophisticated criminal network and was responsible for the theft of millions of credit card numbers.

Max Butler

Known as "Dark Dante," Poulsen gained notoriety for his hacking activities during the 1980s. He hacked into computer systems, tampered with telecommunications, and even manipulated radio station contests.

Kevin Poulsen

Ancheta was involved in creating and controlling a network of infected computers, known as a botnet. He used the botnet to launch distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks and engage in adware distribution, earning significant profits.

Jeanson James Ancheta

Bogachev is a Russian cybercriminal known for creating the GameOver Zeus botnet, which infected millions of computers worldwide. The botnet was used for various criminal activities, including stealing banking credentials and distributing ransomware.

Evgeniy Bogachev




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