The following two cybercriminals are wanted by the FBI for hacking into computers to steal private information. In an attempt to assistant with the investigations, Crime Pulse is posting details that could be helpful in the apprehension of these two wanted men.
If you or anyone you know recognize either of these criminals or witness suspicious behavior that may be related to these warrants, contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.
Description: Parvar has brown hair and brown eyes. He is approximately 5’9″ and weighs around 150 pounds. He was born in Iran and is a white male. He is also a former U.S. Air Force intelligence specialist and goes by three different aliases: Hossein Arjantin, technics_hossein, and hpitman1121 (the last two being online handles).
Conviction: Parvar has been charged with espionage on behalf of Iran for his part in a cyber initiative to capture information on U.S. intelligence personnel. He is wanted by the FBI for “computer intrusion and aggravated identity theft.”
Parvar created as well as operated fake social media accounts in order to access information pertaining to members of the United States Intelligence Community. There is strong evidence that he conducted his cybercrime campaigns at the orders of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
On February 8, 2019, the United States District Court issued a federal arrest warrant for the following crimes: Computer Intrusion, Aggravated Identity Theft, and Aiding and Abetting.
Description: Fujie has black hair and brown eyes. Neither his height or weight is currently known. He was born in the People’s Republic of China on January 18, 1987. He also goes by the names Dennis Wang and Wang Fujie and is known to currently live in Shenzhen, China.
Conviction: Fujie Wang was a member of a hacking community operating inside China that targeted computer infrastructures of large businesses in the United States. Between February of 2014 and January of 2015, Wang and his colleagues intentionally accessed networks in order to steal data from over 7.8 million people.
Wang and the rest of the cybercriminal community sought to gather the following information: names, health identification numbers, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, phone numbers, email addresses, and employment information. They would then encrypt the data and transmit the information to a location in China.
Again, if you have any information concerning these wanted men, please contact the FBI’s Toll-Free Tipline at 1-800-CALL-FBI.