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How Legendary Carder, Hacker Roman Seleznev Was Caught, Sentenced

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BLACK HAT USA 2017 -- Assistant US Attorney Norman Barbosa visits the Dark Reading News Desk to discuss details of the credit card hacking case that led to an unprecedented 27-year prison sentence.

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stonemaddox,
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12/28/2017 | 5:48:26 AM
Hacker
From one hand with hackers are smart guys and can work everywhere earning a lot of money, but when they choose black money earning methods they're always going on the edge and one mistake take them to the jail.
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