Microsoft network engineer charged with money laundering linked to Reveton computer ransomware


April 12 2018

Microsoft network engineer is facing federal money-laundering charges linked to the Reveton Trojan malware, which freezes victims’ computers and tries to force them to pay a “fine” or ransom.

Raymond Uadiale, 41, a former Miramar resident who, his attorney said, previously taught mathematics at Miami-Dade College, pleaded not guilty to money-laundering and conspiracy charges on Thursday in federal court in Fort Lauderdale.