Described as "the most wanted cybercriminal in the world" by the F.B.I, Evgeniy, M. Bogachev has a $3million bounty on his head and a penchant for Bengal cats and leopard print pyjamas.
Because what else is a nefarious cyber criminal going to wear when he's busy doing hacking business?
Going by the name of 'lucky12345' which is a pretty boss name for the world's biggest hacker, The New York Times recently detailed Bogachev's exploits, which include draining millions of dollars from business around the world; as well as his role in taking control of a million computers at any given time.
We're no hacking experts, but that seems like an excessive amount of computers.
As well as using his skills to drain the accounts of innumerable private and public firms, it's believed that Bogachev has been in cahoots with the Russian government, who have used his exploits to look into American intelligence briefings relating to Syria, Ukraine and the most recent U.S. election, which turned out how you know it turned out.
Did we mention that he also likes Bengal cats?
Far from being a man on the run, it's said that Bogachev, 33, lives freely under his own name in Anapa, a desolate resort town on the Black Sea in southern Russia.
Reports state that he owns a large apartment near the beach and possibly another in Moscow, along with a collection of luxury cars and a yacht; while also owning two villas in France and, according to The Times article, "a fleet of cars parked around Europe, so he would never have to rent a vehicle while on vacation ... "
But while there's a big money reward going for his capture, Russia has no extradition agreement with America, and we can't see there being one any time soon, which means Bogachev is likely to continue a life of state-backed leisure and Bengal cat-ownsership for the foreseeable future.
Donald was right, we really are living in a 'Cyber' world.
Cyber, cyber, cyber.