A gang of alleged credit card data thieves who are said to have stolen CDN $1.8 million (approximately US $1.69 million) from a company in Calgary have been arrested by police in Canada.
According to media reports, investigators from the US Secret Service, Calgary, Vancouver worked together to apprehend the Montreal-based suspects, one of whom – Ehud Tenenbaum, an Israeli national – is a name known to the authorities, as he was caught illegally accessing Pentagon computers ten years ago. Tenebaum’s notoriety at the time lead Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to refer to him as “damn good… and very dangerous.”
Here is an Israeli TV news report, discussing Tenenbaum’s arrest, that has been…
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