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Cybercrime duo accused of picking $2.5M from Apple’s orchard

February 8, 2024

A cybersecurity researcher and his pal are facing charges in California after they allegedly defrauded an unnamed company, almost certainly Apple, out of $2.5 million.

Noah Roskin-Frazee and Keith Latteri are alleged to have gained access to Apple’s systems via a third-party contractor and ordered gift cards and hardware to the value of $2.5 million and $100,000 respectively.

They are then said to have sold their stolen wares to third parties, cashing out on their theft and defrauding both Apple and the customer support business it contracted out of millions.

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