Illegal invasion of computer systems to get money
That is, I can often see it in movies
did not expect
Can be staged in real life
The Public Security Bureau of Changzhi County Public Security Bureau cracked together
Illegal invasion of computer information system cases
Broken a “cat pond, card pond” dens
In October, the Changzi County Public Security Bureau found in the investigation case that Liu Moumou, a criminal suspect living in a town in Changzi County, had a major suspect that he sold QQ. The Changzi County Public Security Bureau set up a sanitary police forces to establish a task force. On October 29, with the strong support of the Provincial Department, Municipal Bureau, County Procuratorate, and Tencent, the task force quickly checked the suspect Liu Moumou’s residence, and seized 238 units of Z16-MODEM cat ponds and 65 card ponds. , 32 computer hosts, 5 monitors, 5 screen cutters, and more than 76,000 IoT cards.
On November 20, the Elderly Security Bureau set up the case as a criminal case and arrested the suspect Liu Moumou on the same day. After investigation, the suspect Liu Moumou, male, Han nationality, was born on February 22, 1997. The household registration is located in a town in Zaozhuang City, Shandong Province. In May of this year, Liu Moumou purchased a large number of equipment such as cat pools, card pools, Internet of Things cards, desktop computers, and used cat ponds and card ponds. The small fruit platform “automatically extracts the verification code in the SMS to thaw, bind, and switch the QQ account in batches, and preliminary explanation of its profit of 6,000 yuan to 10,000 yuan. Its behavior has violated Article 285 of the Criminal Law of the People’s Republic of China. The crime of suspected illegal invasion of the computer information system, and the Public Security Bureau of Evil Son Public Security detained it on November 21 according to law. The case is currently under investigation.
Writing: Shanxi Evening News all -media reporter Zhang Wenju
Correspondent Zhai Junbiao Li Yan
Responsible editor: Zhang Yanping