The genius of a $55 million PC hacking plan that plagued ATM machines everywhere throughout the world conceded in a Brooklyn Federal Court on Tuesday. Turkish national Ercan Findikoglu who just has a secondary school authentication, could attack hack the PC systems of no less than three installment processors for Visa and MasterCard credit and prepaid charge cards. Findikoglu told Federal Judge Kiyo Matsumoto. "I expected to cheat the money related establishments by controlling the record equalizations," Findikoglu advised the judge he could dishonestly expand the equalizations on different records, after which he sent the record data to "money groups" remaining by in 26 urban communities from July 2010 to February 2013. At that point when the group individuals got the green light, they started making extensive withdrawals from ATM accounts after the limits on equalizations had been lifted, by papers. Thirteen co-schemers had beforehand confessed. Findikoglu faces up to 14 years in jail when he is sentenced on July 12 and has to repay $55 million in compensation to the money related establishments that were ripped off, a $250,000 fine, and will be extradited to Turkey in the wake of completing his correctional facility term.