MEDPRO LASERS ATTACKED BY ONLINE PREDATOR **** COMPETITOR RORY TRINGALI ATTACKS MEDPRO WEBSITES
The following article’s reference the arrest of Rory Tringali for orchestrating a series of cyber attacks against MedPro websites. Rory Tringali, owner of Cosmeticlasers.com, Cosmeticlaserworld, Hotdivas.com, Cosmeticlaserfraud.com & Cosmeticlasermarketing, paid for a “Virtual Hit” on competitor MedPro. MedPro’s websites were hacked, causing sites to distribute 100, 000’s of illegal SPAM, called a “Spoof Attack”, to potentially millions of anonymous E mail addresses. Each receiving SPAM, by the 1, 000’s, causing email & hard drives to crash. MedPro offices were flooded with calls & e mails from angry individuals, whose lives were affected by the crime. MedPro was listed as a major violator of illegal Spam & black listed from hosting sites as a result, forcing Medpro to spend tens of thousands, to re establish websites . As an online business, each attack was the equivalent of burning down a place of business & once rebuilt burning it down again. Each time sites were re established, Rory Tringali orchestrated another SPAM attack. Medpro was forced to purchase servers, establish private hosting, & spend tens of thousands in support & ongoing programming costs. Rory Tringali was arrested for masterminding the attacks, after a multi state law enforcement investigation. Rory Tringali is a convicted felon being prosecuted for Cyber Crimes, a Class One felony, in New Jersey by DA Kenneth Sharpe. This indictment was recently upheld on appeal & the State of NJ is proceeding to trial.
In addition to SPOOF attacks, Rory posts fabricated complaints, using alias’, to cause competitors harm. Rory has done this for years, causing untold damage. I posted evidence proving Rory fabricated the complaints. In an e mail, authored by Rory Tringali, he lists the alias’ used & links to dozens of posts he admittedly fabricated (see previous post). Rory stalks Michael Moreno, Justin Williams, & families, doling out intimidation, threats, & fabricating slander. A Federal Judge issued a Restraining Order against Rory Tringali in June 2014. Rory continues to stalk, instigate, & slander regardless of the Restraining Order. Rory Tringali owns, cosmeticlaserfraud.com, a website used as a collection point, for the complaints he fabricates. Posing as an “Industry Activist”, Rory is nothing more than a Cyber Bully using the internet to terrorize his victims. Rory causes competitors E Bay auctions to be cancelled, posts fabricated complaints, or instigates problems as his way to compete. Tringali operates “www.cosmeticlasers.com” from a spare room in his parents home in NY, posing as a “stocking dealer” & internet business magnate.
My name is Justin W, & I have been terrorized by Rory for years. I cannot get a speeding ticket without it being posted on the internet, Rory obsessively stalks me. Rory was a 1/3 partner & in 7 mos. spent $400, 000, refusing to account for his spending & claiming he was, “Ripped Off”. Rory took customers money & fabricated complaints instigating them to come after me, posing as a victim himself. I spent a year honoring commitments, while being attacked. I welcome Rory to respond as everything is coming out. I am posting bank records, to evidence Rory’s spending, & proof Rory withdrew customer deposits, leaving me responsible. I tracked fabricated complaints to Rory & will make him accountable. Rory is a “Cyber Bully” using the internet to extort, threaten, & cause harm.
(2 original articles on arrest below)
2 charged with hacking into Evesham company’s Web site
By DANIELLE CAMILLI
Burlington County Times
A New Jersey grand jury indicted two Florida men yesterday on charges that they hacked into an Evesham-based company’s Web sites, causing nearly $900, 000 in losses.
Rory Edward Tringali, 36, and Matthew Justin Willner, 34, both of Miami Beach, were indicted on first-degree charges of computer criminal activity and conspiracy to commit computer criminal activity.
They were also indicted on second-degree charges of impersonation, conspiracy to commit impersonation, and attempted computer criminal activity.
In announcing the indictment, Attorney General Anne Milgram and Gregory A. Paw, director of the state Division of Criminal Justice, said the men disrupted the Web site of MedPro, a medical retail business.
Tringali was terminated as a consultant for the company in 2003, authorities said. According to the indictment, Tringali paid Willner to hack into MedPro’s Web sites from November 2006 to March 2007.
Authorities contend the online attacks impaired MedPro’s ability to continue with business and prevented customers from communicating with the company, which is entirely Web-based.
The indictment also charges that Tringali and Willner sent out spam mail that indicated it was from MedPro.
Upon learning of the Web disruptions and junk mail, MedPro changed domain names twice, authorities said. However, the suspects hacked into the new sites, authorities said.
MedPro lost more than $894, 000 as a result of Tringali and Willner’s actions.
Tringali was arrested in Florida in February 2007 and extradited to New Jersey. Willner was arrested in Florida in March 2007 and agreed to turn himself over to authorities in New Jersey.
First-degree crimes carry a maximum sentence of 20 years in state prison and a fine of $200, 000. Second-degree crimes carry a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a fine of $150, 000.
Fired MedPro Consultant Indicted For Spam, Disrupting Business
By K.C. Jones
March 21, 2008 01:44 PM
Two Floridians have been indicted in New Jersey on charges of computer and impersonation crimes for allegedly disrupting an online business and causing almost $900, 000 in losses.
Attorney General Anne Milgram and Criminal Justice Director Gregory A. Paw announced this week that a grand jury indicted Rory Edward Tringali, 36, and his Miami Beach neighbor, Matthew Justin Willner, 34, on first-degree charges of computer criminal activity and conspiracy to commit computer criminal activity, as well as second-degree charges of impersonation, conspiracy to commit impersonation, and attempted computer criminal activity.
The indictment (PDF) claims that Tringali was fired from his consulting job with MedPro, a Web-based company that sells lasers for about $100, 000 each, in 2003. It claims he retaliated by paying Willner to disrupt the company’s Web sites between November 2006 and March 2007.
The indictment states that the computer attacks impaired MedPro’s ability to do business and blocked customer communication. It also claims the pair sent spam that looked like it had come from MedPro.
Detectives from the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice — Computer Analysis and Technology Unit and state prosecutors believe that MedPro changed domain names twice, but Tringali and Willner attacked the new sites. The online medical supplier claims more than $894, 000 in losses as a result of the spam and Web site disruptions.
Tringali was arrested in Florida and extradited to New Jersey. Willner was arrested in Florida and agreed to turn himself over to authorities in New Jersey.
If the men are found guilty, they could face a maximum sentence of 20 years in state prison and a fine of $200, 000 on the first-degree charges and a maximum sentence of 10 years in state prison and a fine of $150, 000 for the second-degree charges.