Coder pleads guilty to writing Gozi banking trojan

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Coder pleads guilty to writing Gozi banking trojan

A man credited with helping to create the infamous Gozi banking malware has pleaded guilty in a US court. Deniss Calovskis, 30, of Latvia was arrested in November 2012 and spent 10 months in the Baltic state's cooler before being extradited to the USA, where he's been behind bars ever since.
Last Friday, Calovskis appeared in the US District Court, pleaded guilty and pledged not to appeal against any sentence of less than two years, Reuters reported. "I knew what I was doing was against the law," Calovskis reportedly said in court.

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