When Turkish police arrested Maksym Maksik Yastremskiy — a Ukrainian wholesaler of stolen identity data — in July 2007, they didn’t just collar one of the most-wanted cybercriminals in the world. They also got a trove of evidence about Yastremskiy’s buyers and suppliers, all locked in an encrypted vault on his laptop computer.
The black market economy of the cyber-world is always busy, especially in an age of massive data breaches like the ones that occurred at Heartland Payment Systems and Hannaford Brothers.
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Stolen Credit Card Data Goes for Cheap on Cyber-Black Market
I got phished.
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I got phished