Max Butler

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Max Ray Vision (zamani Max Ray Butler, jina la Iceman) ni mshauri wa zamani wa usalama wa kompyuta[1] na tapeli ambaye alitumikia kifungo cha miaka 13 gerezani, hukumu ndefu zaidi kuwahi kutolewa wakati huo kwa mashtaka ya udukuzi nchini Marekani.[2] Alihukumiwa kwa makosa mawili ya utapeli wa waya, ikiwa ni pamoja na kuiba karibu nambari milioni mbili za kadi ya mkopo na kukimbia karibu dola milioni 86 kwa mashtaka ya ulaghai.[3]

HistoriaEdit

Butler alizaliwa mnamo Julai 10, 1972,[4][5][6] na kukulia Meridian, Idaho na kaka mdogo; wazazi wake waliachana akiwa na miaka 14.[7] Baba yake alikuwa mkongwe wa Vita vya Vietnam na mmiliki wa duka la kompyuta aliyeoa binti ya wahamiaji wa Kiukreni.[8]

TanbihiEdit

  1. "Max Butler", Wikipedia (in English), 2021-05-09, retrieved 2021-06-21 
  2. "Max Butler", Wikipedia (in English), 2021-05-09, retrieved 2021-06-21 
  3. "Max Butler", Wikipedia (in English), 2021-05-09, retrieved 2021-06-21 
  4. "Max Butler", Wikipedia (in English), 2021-05-09, retrieved 2021-06-21 
  5. "Max Butler", Wikipedia (in English), 2021-05-09, retrieved 2021-06-21 
  6. "Max Butler", Wikipedia (in English), 2021-05-09, retrieved 2021-06-21 
  7. "Max Butler", Wikipedia (in English), 2021-05-09, retrieved 2021-06-21 
  8. "Max Butler", Wikipedia (in English), 2021-05-09, retrieved 2021-06-21 

MarejeoEdit

  1. "Case File: Cybercrime: Max Butler". Retrieved 28 October 2010.
  2. ""Iceman" Computer Hacker Receives 13-Year Prison Sentence". FBI. Retrieved 28 September2017.
  3. Mills, Elinor. "'Iceman' pleads guilty in credit card theft case". CNET News. Retrieved 25 September 2010.
  4. Evans, Will (27 September 2000). "Berkeley Hacker Admits To Government Infiltration". The Daily Californian. Retrieved 4 March 2011.
  5. Poulsen, Kevin (22 December 2008). "One Hacker's Audacious Plan to Rule the Black Market in Stolen Credit Cards". Wired. Retrieved 4 March 2011.
  6. U.S. Public Records Index Vol 1 (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.), 2010.
  7. Poulsen, Kevin (22 December 2008). "One Hacker's Audacious Plan to Rule the Black Market in Stolen Credit Cards". Wired. Retrieved 4 March 2011.
  8. Poulsen, Kevin (2011). Kingpin: How One Hacker Took Over the Billion-Dollar Cybercrime Underground. Crown Publishers. p. 2. ISBN 978-0-307-58868-5.