International hackers indicted for sniffing credit cards

Tuesday, 13 May 2008, 5:45 PM EST

Three international hackers have been indicted for allegedly using "college-level knowledge of computer programming skills" to steal and sell credit card numbers from customers of Dave & Buster's restaurant chain, the Justice Department said Monday.

One of the men arrested, Maksym Yastremskiy, of Ukraine, was found in possession of millions of stolen credit card numbers, unrelated to the restaurant, on his laptop when the Turkish National Police arrested him in July.

At Wired.

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