Man who helped code highly destructive financial malware pleads guilty

The Latvian man accused of helping create the Gozi virus, which United States prosecutors dubbed "one of the most financially destructive computer viruses in history," has pleaded guilty.

As the original indictment stated: "The Gozi Virus has caused, at a minimum, millions of dollars in losses."

According to Reuters, Deniss Calovskis made the admission in federal court in Manhattan on Friday.

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