Damon Patrick Toey, 25, the last of the U.S. based partners of computer hacker Albert Gonzalez faces a judge for sentencing today in Boston. The U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts has recommended a sentence of six years.

According to prosecutors, Toey played a key but subordinate role in Gonzalez’ hacking operation, at one point locating and in effect hiring a computer expert somewhere in the former Soviet Union to decrypt encoded personal identification numbers. At another point, prosecutors said Toey moved into Gonzalez apartment to help him move from hacking to compromise payment networks, as he had done in early hacks, to compromising corporate databases that contained millions of card records.

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