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Mar 10, 2000, 21:20 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Curador, the cracker who has stolen credit cards from at least eight small e-commerce sites and then posted them online, is growing more brazen by the minute."

"In an interview with InternetNews Wednesday, Curador claimed he has hit five new Web firms and will soon publish hundreds more stolen credit card numbers at a new site, which he said he registered using one of the stolen cards."

"After hitting his first site, Shopping Thailand, on Jan. 31, Curador has so far eluded arrest. In February, Curador stole and posted credit cards from mobile phone provider ProMobility, LTAmedia, a self-improvement products site, and the homepage of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists. Curador's most recent victims include NTD, a Web development firm in the U.K., Vision Computers, a computer retailer, as well as Sales Gate, an ecommerce portal, and online herbalist Feelgood Falls."

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