Jul 15

It was revealed by the federal prosecutors on Monday that Russian spies of clandestine network in United States used flash memory sticks, Wi-Fi networks and text messages all obscured in graphical images in order to exchange the information. Also, justice Department is believed to have filed certain criminal charges against the eleven people who were so called covert agents of Russian government. These spies were assigned to set up close ties with American policymakers including of officials from the White House and an unknown political beneficiary as well!

With this information, the court papers were made public on Monday. These includes the details about 21st century spy craft that is more high tech than any other thing Joson Bourne knew about. Anna Chapman, the defendant, who purportedly brought her a new laptop at a coffee shop which was located on 47th street in Manhattan in the month of January. Through this, she transferred the entire data along with some Russian government official the one who simply drove along in a minivan but never crosses or entered the store.

“The Illegals”, as named by the FBI for the agents who had been under cover and were staying in United Stated for more than a decade, used the custom steganographic software that was first developed in Moscow. Generally, steganographic refers to the practice of hiding all the secret messages in otherwise inoffensive files.

The suspected agents have even been charged with violating with the 18 USC 371,the one which says conspiracy to hand over an offence in opposition to the US and other nine of them who have been charged with 18 USC 156, or money cleaning. These charges have filled in south district of New York. Also, according to the prosecutors 10 of the 11 defendants were actually having been arrested on Sunday.

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