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While Albert Gonzalez, the convicted ringleader of a major hacking operation that cost credit unions millions of dollars, has drawn most of the attention since his arrest and trials, he did not act alone and his co-conspirators have also been feeling the wrath of justice.

The latest is Humza Zaman, 33, former network programmer for Barclay’s Bank. According to court documents, Zaman pleaded guilty to being part of the back-end, money laundering segment of the Gonzalez operation rather than the up front part that hacked into retailers’ Web systems and stole credit card numbers.

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