An FBI consultant and cybercrime security pioneer moonlighting as "Iceman," the leader of an extensive online crime ring; surely, this is the stuff of fiction? Apparently not, as Kevin Poulsen recounts in his new book "Kingpin," the true story of cyber-criminal Max Butler who was finally brought down in 2007 after hacking almost two million credit cards and spending $86 million in fraudulent funds.
Kevin Poulsen's 'Kingpin'
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Kevin Poulsen, author, senior editor at Wired.com and a contributor to Wired magazine