January 10, 2008 Colombian man pleads guilty to computer fraud</WEBHEADLINE _extended="true"> <WEBTEASER _extended="true">Man pleads guilty in identity theft scheme in which he installed keylogging software on hotel business center computers and Internet lounges to steal personal information </WEBTEASER _extended="true"><BR _extended="true">A Colombian man pleaded guilty Wednesday to a 16-county indictment involving an identity theft scheme in which he installed keylogging software on hotel business center computers and Internet lounges in order to steal passwords, account data, and other personal information, the U.S. Department of Justice announced. The computer fraud scheme had more than 600 victims worldwide, including U.S. Department of Defense employees, the DOJ said. Mario Simbaqueba Bonilla, 40, used money obtained in the scheme to buy expensive electronic devices, including a home theater system, and to fund luxury travel to Hong Kong, France, Jamaica, the U.S., and other locations, according to a DOJ news release and the indictment in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. http://www.infoworld.com/article/08/...r-fraud_1.html

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