A 'Game of Thrones' thief and a dam hacker: These are the FBI's 41 most-wanted cyber criminals
The FBI's most wanted cybercriminals.Jenny Cheng/Business Insider
The FBI has 41 suspects on its "Cyber's Most Wanted" page, an identity parade of some of the most skilled hackers in the world.
Their crimes range from state-sponsored espionage to holding episodes of "Game of Thrones," and even hacking into a US dam. Although it is a distinct possibility that the hacker got the wrong dam.
Scroll on to read more about each of the suspects and the crimes they committed. They are not ranked in any particular order.
Behzad Mesri, held HBO to ransom
Danial Jeloudar, stole a vast amount of credit card numbers
Arash Amiri Abedian, stole and passed on bank details
Gholamreza Rafatnejad, founded a company of state-backed hackers
Ehsan Mohammadi, Mabna's managing director
The employee hackers of Mabna
Mohammad Saeed Ajily, stole rocket software
Mohammad Reza Rezakhah, hacked the US munitions list
Alexsey Belan, recruited by Russian intelligence to hack Yahoo
Dmitry Aleksandrovich Dokuchaev and Igor Anatolyevich Sushchin, recruited hackers for Russian intelligence
Evgeniy Mikhailovich Bogachev, a.k.a. "Slavik," the biggest name in cybercrime
The "Jabberzeus" gang, Slavik's disciples
Ahmad Fathi, owned a company that DDoSed America
Hamid Firoozi hacked the wrong dam, probably
Amin Shokohi, got off military service by working for Fathi
Mohammad Sadegh Ahmadzadegan, says he hacked NASA
Omid Ghaffarinia, another DDoS attacker and NASA hacker
Sina Keissar, Mersad employee
Nicolae Popescu, sold cars that didn't exist on eBay
Firas Dardar, a.k.a. "The Shadow"
Ahmed Al Agha, a.k.a. "Th3 Pr0"
Viet Quoc Nguyen, spammed tens of millions for profit
Shaileshkumar Jain, sold fake security software
Bjorn Daniel Sundin, Jain's partner in crime
The Chinese Miliary hacking unit
Noor Aziz Uddin, hijacked phones to call fake hotlines
Farhan Ul Arshad, accomplice to Aziz