#13 - Kevin Borgolte on money mule scams and credit card fraud


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Kevin Borgolte joins us for episode #13 to talk about a paper he recently co-wrote, titled "Drops for Stuff: An Analysis of Reshipping Mule Scams.” He explains a very elaborate and profitable scam in which people are tricked into receiving and reshipping goods purchased with stolen credit card numbers. Kevin is a is Phd candidate at UC Santa Barbara and has done extensive research in the field of information security and underground economics. Please visit www.thestandarddeviant.com for full show notes.

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