Digital Shadows lifts the lid on sophisticated Russian language e-learning credit card fraud courses allowing aspiring criminals to make $12,000 in monthly earnings and pointing to the increased sophistication of the professional cybercriminal ecosystem as fraudsters seek to up-skill themselves.
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