Top Spammer Arrested

Spam update:

Robert Soloway, considered "one of the most persistent professional spammers" by Spamhaus, has been arrested following an indictment by a grand jury in Washington, USA on charges of mail fraud, identity theft, fraud and money laundering.

If convicted, Soloway faces fines of over $772,000 U.S. and could potentially face up to 65 years in prison.

Take a look at Spamhaus.orgs ROKSO records of Soloway, showing details of the spam op and hiring of virus authors to create networks of spam zombies.

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