Title: Kingpin - How One Hacker Took Over The Billion Dollar Cyber Crime Underground by Kevin Poulsen Multiformat eBook
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In a previous life, Poulsen served five years in prison for hacking.
So the Wired senior editor and \"Threat Level\" blogger knows intimately
the terrain he explores in this page-turning tale of the criminal exploits
of a hacker of breathtaking ambition, Max Butler, who stole access to 1.8
million credit card accounts. Poulsen understands both the hows of hacking,
which he explains clearly, as well as the whys, which include, but also can
transcend, mere profit. Accordingly, his understanding of the hacking
culture, and his extensive interviews with Butler, translates into
a fascinating depiction of a cybercriminal underworld frightening in its
complexity and its potential for harm, and a society shockingly vulnerable
to cybercrime. The personalities, feuds, double dealing, and scams of the
hackers are just one half of this lively story. The other half, told with
equal verve, is law enforcement's efforts to find and convict Butler and
his accomplices. (Butler is now serving a 13-year sentence and owes .5
million in restitution.) Poulsen renders the hacker world with such virtual
reality that readers will have difficulty logging off until the very end.