Russian hacker captured in 2010 Broadway Grill data breach

A 30-year-old Russian man was arrested over the weekend for a series of crimes involving hacking into point of sales systems at Washington restaurants including a data breach in 2010 that involved stealing credit card information from hundreds of customers of Capitol Hill’s Broadway Grill. The allegations detail at least $1.7 million in losses to banks and credit card companies from data stolen from the Capitol Hill restaurant’s point of sale system.

Read more on Capitol Hill Seattle Blog. PC World also covers the capture of Roman Seleznev, known as “Track2” in the underground carders’ forums.

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