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Друг Герчика арестован по подозрению в кибермошенничестве.

Халупского и других членов банды арестовали в США, вот новость www.newsru.com/world/11aug2015/usahack.html
Вот он рассказывает про связь с Герчиком www.allmoldova.com/author_post/vladislav-khalupsky-u-xoroshego-finansista-vsegda-budut-dengi/

Знакомый, работавший в пропе в 2009 году рассказывал, что к ним обращались люди, предлагающие квартальные отчеты компаний, за день до выхода отчетов. Один отчет предоставил для демонстрации, на следущий день компания выпустила отчет слово в слово до запятой. Жулик предлагал отчеты за долю в прибыли. Был послан от греха подальше. Я не очень то поверил. Но похоже схема действовала минимум 6 лет. FBI и SEC удивительные слоупоки.

Халупский говорит на семинаре Герчика www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DFsuwAe6t8 (см. на 49:00)
 

Это еще раз подтверждает, что Александр Михайлович порядочный человек и во всякие аферы не ввязывается!!!
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MadTrade

ИнвестКорпорация Gerchik&Co дают Коментарии или пресс служба недоступна? )Нужно опровержение…
Юристы уже вылетели из Киева в NY, для подачи иска по защите чести и достоинства великого трейдера?
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SellBuySell

… "… FBI и SEC удивительные слоупоки..."… с кем сравниваете?
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roan

roan, ещё интересней тогда с кем сравнить нашего Галактического мегарегулятора? )
SellBuySell, наш не подражаем)
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Д Л

прям банда одесситов)))
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jorj

прошу огласить всех друзей Герчика
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Nordstream

Nordstream, его друзья слишком известны, что бы их называть )
SellBuySell, Тимофей Мартынов в их числе?:)
Nordstream, уже нет.
11 друзей Герчика
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Лукич

Буран 78, до 13 дойдёт интересно )
SEC и КО не слоупоки, надо просто понимать как функционируют службы и спецслужбы США. Если нет криминала, а только экономические преступления то они под видом тщательного расследования, зачастую, дают кабанчику нагулять жирок прежде чем его резать.
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Good Amigo

Good Amigo, какой профит от этого службам?
Том Сойер, в бюджет конкретной службы идет процент от «изъятия». Там куча нюансов, но вот система отлично функционирует.
.Агрегатор., подразделениям, участвовавшим в операции идет процент от конфискованных средств. То же самое относится и к другому криминалу. Например поэтому, как мне говорил один тамошний офицер полиции, наркоторговцев там стараются задерживать в момент передачи денег, т.к. часть этих денег потом идет в подразделение. (У них в участке была хорошая спортивная тачка с надписями — «Эта машина куплена на деньги, конфискованные у вашего местного драгдилера» ;)
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Marco

Том Сойер, прямой :) Они на проценте сидят ))
Good Amigo, логика есть, но это не тот случай. 6 лет слишком большой срок, деньги утекли как песок на потребление в Одессе и Бруклине. Явление это массовое. Этот же человек из пропа рассказывал, что периодически открывали счета всякие прощелыги и сразу же начинали делать большие прибыли на неликвидных акциях (очевидно, что переливали с внешних счетов). Их конечно сразу блокировали. То есть это либо та отчетная банда, либо какие-то другие хакеры.
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dork

roan, так вчера доложили президенту, в банковской системе РФ всё ОК, всё под контролем, проблем нет.
Даже по России 24 показывают обалдеть ))) Халупский сказали по России 24 скрывается в Украине, говорят будет запрос штатов.
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MadTrade

MadTrade, Ущерб 100млн$ от 20лет тюрьмы и штраф 200млн$ такое наказание сказали грозит ))
MadTrade, Интерпол ещё и в международный с арестом всех активов.
Вот машина наказания работает.
MadTrade, в Россию ему бежать надо, в Ростов, с Дона выдачи нет.
MadTrade, скрывается на украине? похоже пора ему начинать любить россию…
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Vitty

У меня сначала надпись появилась «Запрещено для детей. 18+». Вот думаю, это относилось к рекламе фильма или к видео с Герчиком?
Том Сойер, Это наказание по статье )))
А что отчеты за сутки до публикации это круто ??-
У нас давно МСФО банков и АСВ отчеты о банкротстве так выходят ;)
Sergio Fedosoni, круто конечно. Посмотрите графики компаний США на премаркете во время выхода отчета. За пару секунд цена меняется на 5-20% и капитализация на десятки ярдов $.
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dork

Sergio Fedosoni, и как на отчётах АСВ можно заработать?
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d_d

По россия24 сюжет сейчас показывают про кибер/финанс мошенничество
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MrT

.Агрегатор., кидай ты в свой чс кого хочешь, чего орать об этом на весь смарт-лаб? Был тут один придурок самурай, тоже бегал со своим чс. Пропал куда-то.
Биржа трекает такие сделки, в итоге наверное составляют нехилые досье: кто, когда, что покупал, на какие счета выводили и т. д.
А чо Герчик красава, сидел на доле у хапуг, а сам ни при делах:) Во время спрыгнул. Теперь ещё прикольнее будет смотреть на рога и кудряшки тех кто Герчика называет трейдером:)
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Infernus

если брать кусок где написано что предлагали инсайт до выхода новости-КОЛЛЕГИ.НУ ТАК ЭТО ИНСАЙТ ТОРГОВЛЯ...-ЭТО ПРАКТИКУЕТСЯ УЖЕ 150 ЛЕТ.(нормальная спекулянская деятельность, сам бы ей воспользовался)
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maikl

maikl, инсайд это когда люди из компании зарабатывают на внутренний информации. А тут какие-то тупые прощелыги из Одессы и бывшего СНГ получают доступ к отчетам по всем акциям! И эта схема действует годами!!! Безумие, абсурд и кафка.
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dork

dork, без разницы.Люди зарабатывали по инсайт.
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maikl

Вот так делаются безубыточные стейтменты.


An alliance of mainly U.S.-based stock traders and computer hackers in Ukraine made as much as $100 million in illegal profits over five years after stealing confidential corporate press releases, U.S. authorities said on Tuesday.

Prosecutors announced charges against nine people in an insider-trading case that marks the first time criminal charges have been brought for a securities fraud scheme involving hacked inside information, in this instance 150,000 press releases from distributors Business Wire, Marketwired and PR Newswire.

«This is the story of a traditional securities fraud scheme with a twist — one that employed a contemporary approach to a conventional crime,» FBI Assistant Director-in-Charge Diego Rodriguez said at a news conference.

Prosecutors said Ukraine-based hackers improperly accessed press releases before the distributors planned to release them to the public. The traders gave the hackers «shopping lists» of releases, prosecutors said.

The hackers created a «video tutorial» to help traders see the stolen releases, and were paid a portion of the profits from trades based on the information in them, prosecutors said.

Nine people were indicted by grand juries in Brooklyn, New York, and in Newark, New Jersey, on charges that they made $30 million in illegal profits starting around February 2010.

Five were arrested on Tuesday, and international arrest warrants were issued for the other four.

A related U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission civil lawsuit charged 17 people and 15 corporate entities, and said that thefts of inside information resulted in more than $100 million in illegal profit.

The SEC said the network included traders in New York, Cyprus, France, Malta and Russia. It is seeking civil penalties, and has already obtained court-ordered asset freezes.

Law enforcement officials have warned companies for years about securing their computer networks against hackers, whose victims over the past two years have included leading retailers and U.S. government personnel.

«This case illustrates how cyber criminals and those who commit securities fraud are evolving and becoming more sophisticated,» U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman in New Jersey said at the news conference. «The hackers were relentless and they were patient.»

Fishman said the distributors, who were not charged with wrongdoing, provided «fabulous cooperation» in the probe.

The breaches could put more pressure on the business, which was founded decades ago before the ubiquity of the Internet and which depend on clients trusting them with sensitive information. In recent years, major U.S. companies including Google, Microsoft, Wal-Mart and Tesla have started to publish important information on their own websites or social media platforms, reducing their dependence on the wires.

The three companies all released statements touting their cooperation with authorities and their security measures.

Business Wire, a unit of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc (BRKa.N), said it hired a security firm to test its systems.

«Despite extreme vigilance and commitment, recent events illustrate that no one is immune to the highly sophisticated illegal cyber-intrusions that are plaguing every aspect of our society,» it said in a statement.

PR Newswire, a unit of UBM Plc (UBM.L), said it also takes security very seriously, while Marketwired said it is protected by world-class security, monitoring and prevention practices.

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The indictments said the news releases included sensitive corporate information such as financial results that would later become public. Foreign shell companies were used to share the money made from the insider trading, officials said.

«The traders were market-savvy, using equities, options and contracts for differences to maximize their profits,» SEC Chair Mary Jo White said at the news conference.

Authorities said the scheme involved trades on such companies as Acme Packet Inc, Align Technology Inc (ALGN.O), Caterpillar Inc (CAT.N), Dealertrack Technologies Inc (TRAK.O), Dendreon Corp, Edwards Lifesciences Corp (EW.N), Hewlett-Packard Co (HPQ.N), Home Depot Inc (HD.N) and Panera Bread Co (PNRA.O).

The indictment in Brooklyn charged four traders: Vitaly Korchevsky, 50, a former hedge fund manager from Pennsylvania; Vladislav Khalupsky, 45, of Brooklyn and Odessa, Ukraine; and Leonid Momotok, 47, and Alexander Garkusha, 47, of the U.S. state of Georgia. The charges included securities fraud, wire fraud and money laundering conspiracy.

Korchevsky appeared without a lawyer in Philadelphia federal court. He was released on a $100,000 bond and told to surrender his passport.

A prosecutor told the court that Korchevsky was a flight risk with $5 million at his disposal and that he had traveled abroad 42 times since 2010. Korchevsky's wife told the judge that 99 percent of her husband’s travel was in his role as a pastor. Later, prosecutors asked another judge to revoke the first judge's release of Korchevsky.

A separate indictment made public in New Jersey charged Ivan Turchynov, 27, and Oleksandr Ieremenko, 24, two purported hackers who live in Ukraine; Pavel Dubovoy, 32, a trader from Ukraine; and Arkadiy Dubovoy, 51, and his son Igor Dubovoy, 28, traders from Georgia.

Arkadiy and Igor Dubovoy appeared in Atlanta federal court, and will appear there again on Thursday, including over whether they should defend themselves in New Jersey.

One indictment quotes online chats in which Ieremenko told Turchynov on March 25, 2012, that he had «bruted» the log-in credentials of 15 Business Wire employees, and told an unidentified recipient in Russian on Oct. 10, 2012, that «I'm hacking prnewswire.com.»

SEC investigators found the traders by using technology that identified both suspicious trading and relationships among traders, White told reporters.

She said those charged «went to great lengths to evade detection» and the SEC sorted through millions of traders, thousands of earnings announcements and gigabytes of data on IP addresses.
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It was a symbiotic relationship that brought together the underbelly of Wall Street and the dark reaches of the online world.



From their suburban homes in the United States, dozens of rogue stock traders would send overseas hackers a shopping list of corporate news releases they wanted to get a sneak peek at before they were made public. The hackers, working from Ukraine, would then deliver how-to videos by email with instructions for gaining access to the pilfered earnings releases.



In all, 32 traders and hackers reaped more than $100 million in illegal proceeds in a sophisticated and brazen scheme that is the biggest to marry the wizardry of computer hacking to old-fashioned insider trading, according to court filings made public on Tuesday. One of the men, Vitaly Korchevsky, a hedge fund manager and former Morgan Stanley employee living in a Philadelphia suburb, made $17 million in illegal profits, the indictment said.

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But the five-year scheme came undone Tuesday when federal prosecutors from Brooklyn and New Jersey, joined by regulators from the Securities and Exchange Commission and other law enforcement agencies, announced a series of arrests, the filing of indictments and a lawsuit against what the indictments described as a loose network of business confederates.

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Early Tuesday, the authorities arrested Mr. Korchevsky, 50, at his home in Glen Mills, Pa., and four other men, in Georgia and in Brooklyn. Arrest warrants were issued for four other men. Three of them were related and had ties to Ukraine.



“This is the intersection of hacking and securities fraud,” Paul J. Fishman, the United States attorney for the district of New Jersey, said at a news conference in Newark. “The hackers were relentless and patient.”



In one indictment, federal prosecutors in New Jersey said five of the men broke into companies like Business Wire and PR Newswire over five years to steal more than 150,000 news releases being prepared by publicly traded corporations before the information was released to the public. Another company whose releases were stolen before they were made public was Marketwired.



Mr. Fishman did not fault the wire services and said they had cooperated with the investigation.



The stolen news releases gave the rogue traders — four of whom were charged in a separate indictment unsealed on Tuesday by prosecutors in Brooklyn — a big advantage over others in the stock market by allowing them to trade on news before it hit the wires, the authorities said. The men who used the stolen information to trade the stocks paid the hackers a flat fee or a percentage of the profits gained from the illegal trading, the S.E.C. said in a separate complaint.



The authorities said the traders seeking an illegal edge provided “shopping lists” to hackers for the kinds of news releases they wanted and the companies they wanted to trade on. The men obtained information from more than 30 companies, including Bank of America, Clorox, Caterpillar and Honeywell, the authorities said.



But the traders were also deliberate. The authorities said they traded ahead of the information contained in only about 800 of the hundreds of thousands of releases they got a sneak peek at — indicating a methodical and well-timed approach to concealing their activities.

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In multiple instances, the men communicated via email and online chat messages, boldly stating what they were doing, the authorities said. At one point in 2012, for example, one of the defendants wrote in Russian in an online chat message, “I’m hacking prnewswire.com.” In another instance, a defendant sent 96 stolen news releases to someone with a subject, in Russian, that read “fresh stuff.” The email said, “If he says he does not know what this is about, tell him ‘quarterly report,’ ” according to the indictment.



The authorities monitored some of the defendants for years, the indictment said. In November 2012, it said, they seized the laptop of one of the hackers and found about 200 nonpublic news releases from PR Newswire.



The people charged in the New Jersey indictment with breaking into the newswire networks were Ivan Turchynov, 27; Oleksandr Ieremenko, 24; Arkadiy Dubovoy, 51; Igor Dubovoy, 28; and Pavel Dubovoy, 28.



Brooklyn prosecutors, in addition to Mr. Korchevsky, also charged Vladislav Khalupsky, 45; Leonid Momotok, 47; and Alexander Garkusha 47, all United States residents, who had personal brokerage accounts at some of the biggest investment banks in the United States, including JPMorgan Chase, Merrill Lynch and Jefferies. Two of the four men were once registered with the S.E.C., including Mr. Korchevsky. Authorities said in court papers the independent traders and overseas hackers “shared login and password information for brokerage accounts they controlled” making it easier for them to trade and transfer payments.



Kelly Currie, the United States attorney for Brooklyn, called the network of hackers and traders an “unholy alliance.”



The authorities said tens of millions of illegal trading profits had been recovered from bank accounts maintained by the traders and hackers. The authorities also seized some homes, a boat and even an apartment complex that was bought with some of the proceeds.



The charges against the men demonstrate the various ways in which computer hackers can profit richly from illegally obtained information.

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“When we think of hackers who try to profit from their crimes, we usually think about people who steal bank account information or sell sensitive personally identifying information,” said Matthew L. Schwartz, a lawyer at Boies, Schiller & Flexner and a former prosecutor in Manhattan who worked on cases involving digital crime.



“The reality, as exemplified by today’s charges, is that hackers can obtain access to all sorts of valuable information and can and will profit off of it in every way imaginable,” he added.



Last month, prosecutors in Manhattan filed charges against five people, some of whom are suspected of having played a role in a breach at JPMorgan Chase that resulted in the theft of customer data for 83 million accounts. The authorities said they suspect that group wanted to use the tens of millions of email addresses stolen in the hacking to further stock manipulation schemes involving spam emails to pump up the price of otherwise worthless penny stocks.



In fact, the scheme announced on Tuesday was similar to one in 2005, when the S.E.C. charged a group of traders in Estonia with hacking into Business Wire to obtain news releases to inform their trades. Hacking or stealing corporate news releases is a strategy traders looking for an illegal edge have used over the years.



But the group uncovered on Tuesday went further than the Estonian hackers, and its scheme was much broader than anything previously uncovered by the authorities. It may be the first of many cases in which hackers use purloined corporate data to commit securities fraud.



Last year the computer consulting firm FireEye said that it had uncovered a sophisticated group of hackers, called Fin4, that was aiming at the email networks of large pharmaceutical and financial companies to gain market-sensitive information about deals. The revelation was outlined in a report that FireEye, based in California, shared with the S.E.C. and with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.



A few months ago, the S.E.C. asked a handful of companies to provide information about data taken in breaches of their computer networks. The authorities took similar steps recently with several large public relations firms, said another person briefed on the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity.



Jen Weedon, a threat intelligence manager with FireEye who worked on the Fin4 report, said she saw some similarities and differences between the way the group she observed operated and the one busted up by federal authorities.



“There’s targeting overlap in that these actors seemed to deliberately pursue market-moving information, like FIN4, to benefit financially on the stock trade. Unlike FIN4 it seems this group had a narrower scope in choosing to get their data from a consolidated place,” Ms. Weedon said by email.



But the end goal is the same, she added, noting the hackers were infiltrating networks to gain private information to gain an edge in the markets.
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A scheme, announced by federal authorities on Tuesday, to hack into three news wire services to steal copies of corporate news releases went on for years, and required a good deal of patience and persistence. For a while, it seemed to pay off.

The information the hackers were getting about Clorox, Hewlett-Packard and other companies was so timely it generated as much as $100 million in illicit proceeds for them and the traders, according to securities regulators.

Law enforcement officials said the companies — Business Wire, PR Newswire and Marketwired — oftened detect the overseas hackers and kicked them out, but the hackers returned time and time again.

This, according to court filings, is how they did it with one company almost two years ago.
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Inside a Panera store. In 2013, a group of traders made nearly a million dollars by trading on stolen information that was taken from a news wire service. Credit Chang W. Lee/The New York Times

At 9:04 a.m. Eastern Time on Oct. 22, 2013, representatives from Panera Bread, the chain of fast-casual restaurants, uploaded a news release about the company’s latest quarterly earnings to Marketwired’s service.
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In the release, Panera Bread announced that it was revising its earning guidance downward for the fourth quarter of 2013. It had turned a profit that was in line with what analysts on Wall Street had been expecting, but fewer people were coming to its restaurants and labor and food costs were rising. It was not an altogether rosy picture the company was going to paint when its release became public that day after stock market trading closed at 4 p.m.

Weeks earlier, Arkadiy Dubovoy, the owner of a APD Developers, a company based in Alpharetta, Ga., began to prepare.

APD designed and built residential communities and condominiums, but Mr. Dubovoy also controlled brokerage accounts at Charles Schwab, E-Trade, Fidelity, Merrill Lynch and TD Ameritrade.

On Oct. 8, Mr. Dubovoy received an empty email from a relative who split his time between Georgia and Ukraine. Attached to the email was a so-called wish list — a picture of a spreadsheet that contained the information about 18 publicly traded companies and the schedule for their earnings releases. Panera was on the list.

For years, Mr. Dubovoy and his colleagues and relatives, including Igor Dubovoy, his son, had established wish lists with men in Ukraine who knew how to gain access to the servers of companies like Marketwired. Ivan Turchynov was one of those men. He sometimes went by Vladimir Gopienko, or DSU.

For years, hackers had gained access to Marketwired by using a series of SQL, or Structured Query Language, injections — instructions written in a specific programming language that is used to retrieve and manage information in computer databases. Over two months in 2012, Mr. Turchynov used SQL injections on Marketwired on at least 390 occasions.

Once inside the system, Mr. Turchynov and other hackers would retrieve uploaded releases and share them with traders before they were made public. On the day of Panera’s earnings announcement, this is what happened for Mr. Dubovoy.

By 2 p.m., Mr. Dubovoy began shorting the company’s shares. That is, he sold borrowed stock in hopes of buying it back at a lower price. A little over an hour later, another man who lived in Georgia, Leonid Momotok, started trading Panera shares. Shortly after that, Vitaly Korchevsky, a former hedge fund manager who lived in Pennsylvania, also began shorting the stock. Among the three men, more than 100,000 shares of Panera stock were put in play between 2 and 4 p.m.

At 4:05 p.m., Panera’s earnings news release hit the wire. The stock price dived.

That afternoon, Mr. Dubovoy, Mr. Momotok and Mr. Korchevsky made just shy of $1 million.
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【100$】, вот это история. У Корчевсеого 5 лямов, а жена говорит, что он типа летает как пастор))
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dork

【100$】, Где это видано что бы русский царь снисходил до тарабарского языка барыг?:)
.Агрегатор., не надо, радуй нас еще, славный ты чудак.
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dork

Продолжение истории smart-lab.ru/blog/271626.php
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【100$】

а герчика посадят? сколько он душ невинных погубил!
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