Vladimir Drinkman has pled guilty and admitted his involvement in what the Justice Department calls "the largest such scheme ever prosecuted in the United States." He and the four other defendants in the case are accused of breaking into corporate computers -- including those owned by NASDAQ, 7-Eleven, JCP, JetBlue, Dow Jones, Visa Jordan, Diners Singapore and Ingenicard -- and stealing over 160 million credit card numbers from as far back as 2003. The hack ultimately caused losses amounting to $300 million, not including the damage caused to people whose identities have been stolen. Drinkman was caught during a trip to Amsterdam in 2012 and was sent to the United States to stand trial. He originally pled not guilty earlier this year but has obviously changed his tune in front of Chief Judge Jerome Simandle in a New Jersey district court.