In sporadic March 16, 2017 comments on the United States accuses Russian spies penetrate the Yahoo site closed 18 visit
He accused the Justice Department of Russian spies from among the four people stealing user accounts on Yahoo's site.
Earlier, Yahoo said that hackers "state-sponsored" behind the breach, which occurred in 2014 and that the impact on the 500 million account.
He said the US Justice Department officials said two members of the Federal Security Service of the Russian intelligence conspired with criminals, pirates.
He was arrested a suspect in the March 14 / March in Canada.
Announced Mary McCord, Acting Attorney General, for the charges, saying: "The Ministry of Justice continues to send a strong message that we will not allow individuals or groups or national or a combination of them states that threaten the privacy of our citizens or the economic interests of our companies or the security of our country."
McCord said that one of the alleged pirates were among the most cybercriminals wanted by the FBI for more than three years.
Said Paul Abate, assistant director of the FBI, "shares the British intelligence agency" MI5 "strongly in the advancement of this investigation."
Yahoo criticized the company suffered because of the delay in informing users of the information available about what happened with respect to the breach of 2014.
The stolen data included names, email addresses, phone numbers, dates of birth and encrypted passwords, but did not include credit card data, according to Yahoo.
Over the past year, I drew tips for users to change their passwords.
It is believed that about eight million account in the United Kingdom have been affected by what happened - including some of the users of the e-mail provided by my company, "PT" and Sky services.
The Ministry of Justice issued a press statement included the names of the suspects, which were as follows:
-dimitri Aleksandrovich Djelkochaev (33 years), a Russian and a resident of Prussia
-aegor Anatolyevich Soshchin (43 years), a Russian and a resident of Prussia
-olixi Oleixavic Bilan, 29, a Russian and a resident of Prussia
-karim Baratov (22 years), a Canadian resident and Kazakh citizenship in Canada.