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The agents had worked some of the biggest cases to come through the cyber program, taking down the stalker of ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews and busting up Operation Phish Phry—one of the largest online fraud rings ever, which netted the crooks about

The agents had worked some of the biggest cases to come through the cyber program, taking down the stalker of ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews and busting up Operation Phish Phry—one of the largest online fraud rings ever, which netted the crooks about $1.5 million.

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The agents had worked some of the biggest cases to come through the cyber program, taking down the stalker of ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews and busting up Operation Phish Phry—one of the largest online fraud rings ever, which netted the crooks about $1.5 million.

But this case was unlike anything they'd encountered before. And while sex was a factor, it wasn't his only motivation. At the FBI offices, the agents comforted Amy, who shook uncontrollably, unable to collect herself.

Amy knew it was irrational, but she couldn't help scanning the crowd, looking for her stalker. He, too, had holed up alone, away from family and friends.

He'd even stopped calling Amy, ending their relationship. He had gained remote access to his victims' computers, allowing him to monitor their activity online and to search their hard drives.

The Online Child Exploitation Unit (OCEU) at the Garda National Protective Services Bureau (GNPSB) offers the following advice:• Protect your online life – use the maximum privacy settings.

• Be aware that people online may not be who they claim to be.

At first they figured it was some kind of malfunction, but when it happened repeatedly—the light flicking on, then off—the girls felt a chill. The more ubiquitous cameras become, the less we're aware they're even there. She ran into her bathroom and slammed the door behind her.

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But this case was unlike anything they'd encountered before. And while sex was a factor, it wasn't his only motivation. At the FBI offices, the agents comforted Amy, who shook uncontrollably, unable to collect herself.

Amy knew it was irrational, but she couldn't help scanning the crowd, looking for her stalker. He, too, had holed up alone, away from family and friends.

He'd even stopped calling Amy, ending their relationship. He had gained remote access to his victims' computers, allowing him to monitor their activity online and to search their hard drives.

The Online Child Exploitation Unit (OCEU) at the Garda National Protective Services Bureau (GNPSB) offers the following advice:• Protect your online life – use the maximum privacy settings.

• Be aware that people online may not be who they claim to be.

At first they figured it was some kind of malfunction, but when it happened repeatedly—the light flicking on, then off—the girls felt a chill. The more ubiquitous cameras become, the less we're aware they're even there. She ran into her bathroom and slammed the door behind her.

"We could see all of these different communications he had with several different women doing the same thing," Rogers recalls.

But that didn't explain how he knew the details of their phone conversations or the physical descriptions of their rooms.

Rogers and Kirkpatrick started with the one thing they knew for certain: the hacker's e-mail.

Kirkpatrick, a programming expert, spent over a decade working in information security in the private sector.

While Rogers often takes the lead consoling victims and grilling suspects, Kirkpatrick can wade through thousands of lines of code to find the slightest abnormality.

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