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Friday, 2 February 2007, 1:40 PM EST

Investigative reporter Kim Zetter spent a year probing the life of David Thomas, a high-tech grifter who became an FBI asset.

In interviews with Thomas, his girlfriend, his associates in the underground and federal agents on the cybercrime beat, Zetter pieced together the strange world of the "boards," online bazaars where crooks and swindlers work together to scam everyone else.

At Wired.

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