The alleged scheme involved the purchase of low-value cards, typically with balances of about $15. Tenenbaum would then exploit SQL injection vulnerabilities in Direct Cash's server to increase the value of the cards. The amount of a single card was inflated to more than $1m
New guidance rules for the UK's controversial Computer Misuse Act do not allay fears of impracticality or a free software ban:
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