Microsoft seizes domains used to sell fraudulent Outlook accounts

A cybercrime group from Vietnam (Storm-1152) registered over 750 million fraudulent accounts and made millions of dollars selling them online to other cybercriminals. Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit was able to seize multiple domains used by this group.

Leading supplier of fake Outlook accounts and other illicit “products,” such as an automated CAPTCHA-solving service to get around Microsoft’s CAPTCHA challenges and create more phony Microsoft email accounts, is Storm-1152. It is also a prominent provider of cybercrime-as-a-service.

Storm-1152 is the operator of illegitimate websites and social media pages that offer tools to get around identity verification software on popular tech platforms read more Microsoft seizes domains used to sell fraudulent Outlook accounts.

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