Andrey Tyurin, a Russian citizen extradited to the United States from Georgia, pleaded guilty to carrying out cyberattacks between 2012 and 2015. This is reported by Bloomberg.
According to Alexei Topolsky, a spokesman for the Consulate General in the United States, Russian diplomats visited After Tyurin’s extradition.
According to him, the Russian did not ask them for help.
“The Consulate General is ready to assist, the situation is under control,” Topolsky said.
Earlier it was reported that Georgia extradited Russian Andrei Tyurin to the United States. U.S. authorities accuse him of trying to hack into financial institutions’ systems and steal the data of more than 100 million of their clients.