New York — Ehud Tenenbaum, aka “The Analyzer,” was quietly sentenced in New York this week to time served for a single count of bank-card fraud for his role in a sophisticated computer-hacking scheme that federal officials say scored $10 million from U.S. banks.
He was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $503,000 and was given three years probation.
The notorious Israeli hacker seemed to disappear after his 2008 arrest in Canada for his alleged involvement in a scheme that stole about $1.5 million from Canadian banks. Before Canadian authorities could prosecute him, U.S. officials filed an extradition request to bring him to the States, where he was in the custody of the U.S. Marshals Service for more than a year.
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