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All I ever really wanted was to work with computers." Cantrell certainly did work with computers -- both his own, and, surreptitiously, those of some of the largest companies in the world.
He even offered a price list: Personal credit reports were ; state motor-vehicle records, ; records from the FBI's Crime Information Center, 0.Once authorities said yes, Morris faced another obstacle: The equipment he needed didn't exist within the FBI.Federal investigators had experimented with a so-called data-intercept device only once before in a New York hacker case a year earlier. Morris and technicians at the FBI's engineering lab in Quantico, Va., worked together to draft the specifications for the device Morris wanted.The story also shows that hacking's potential harm is far more ominous than theft of telephone credit-card numbers.
Cantrell was part of an eleven-member group dubbed "The Phonemasters" by the FBI.
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