Zack account appears to have been dormant for some time). That profile is tied to a group profile created by an Armand Ayakimyan in Sochi. Ayakimyan appears to have used a number of different nicknames on various forums, including “Darkill,” “Darkglow” and “Planovoi”.
That’s according to the administrators of verified[dot]cm, a top Russian crime forum at which he had apparently created numerous accounts.
A historic records lookup purchased from shows that ssndob-search was first registered to an Armand Ayakimyan from Apsheronsk, Russia. In 2013, a copy of the carding forum carder[dot]pro was leaked online.Forum records show that the [email protected] was used by a member who picked the username “Zack,” and who told other members to contact him on the ICQ instant messenger account 383337.In an amusing multi-page thread on verified, the administrators respond to multiple member complaints about Plaovoi’s behavior by “doxing” him, essentially listing all of the identifiers that point from various email addresses, ICQ numbers and aliases back to accounts tied to Armand Ayakimyan.Krebs On Security attempted to reach Ayakimyan via multiple email addresses tied to his various profiles, including Facebook.While the Georgian agency may not have a lot of information pertaining to US and UK citizens, it’s possible that this attack was of personal interest to the Cyclosa gang, considering Armand’s background.” “At the start of 2009, evidence emerged of Armand’s partnership with three other people who used the handles ‘Tojava’, ‘Jo Talbot’ and ‘Dark Messiah’ on cybercrime forums.
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