Police: Iranian man develops knock off website to sell pirated copies of Kodak software

Created: 04/24/2014 5:01 PM WHEC.com

Investigators say a Iranian man developed a scheme to sell pirated copies of software owned by Kodak, costing the company hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Officers say 42-year-old Navid Salehvaziri, of Tehran, Iran, developed a knock off website to sell the equipment. Investigators claim members from the FBI place an order worth $1,500.  Officials say when the software arrived, they discovered it was an unauthorized copy and that all of Kodak’s security and access codes had been disabled. Kodak says the software is worth 345 thousand dollars.

The suspect was arrested in Virginia.

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