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Once inside, he sucked out their content, including the logins, passwords, and email addresses of everyone who bought and sold through the sites.

Settling into his chair and resting his fingers on his keyboard like a concert pianist, Butler began his attack.

Most illegal online loot was fenced through four so-called carder sites—marketplaces for online criminals to buy and sell credit card numbers, Social Security numbers, and other purloined data. (This story, like the rest of this article, has been reconstructed using court documents and conversations with friends and associates; Butler declined to be interviewed.) First, he breached their defenses, tricking their SQL database servers into running his own commands or simply slipping in with a hacked password.

For nearly two decades, he had honed his skills as a hacker.

He had swiped free calls from local telephone companies and sneaked onto the machines of the US Air Force.

In 1990, his freshman year of college, his girlfriend of eight months told him she wanted to see other people.