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$3 Million U.S. Computer Theft, Hatched It Seems in Pakistan

First, a San Francisco postal inspector tried to unravel it. Then a North Dakota customs agent tried. For three years, no one could solve it. A mass of names and places hinted to the investigators that someone, somewhere, was stealing millions of dollars of computer equipment from American companies without ever setting foot in the United States. Last month, Pakistani and American investigators arrested Khurram Iftikhar, a 25-year-old Pakistani college dropout. The case, investigators say, demonstrates the increasing sophistication of Internet surveillance technology by investigators and the global reach of online fraud. Full Story

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