.comvict: Ivy League Genius, Hacker, Multi-Millionaire and Convict, Gregory Alponse Nimensky. self-published, 2012. e-book, 105 pps.
Gregory Nimensky hails from Boca Raton Florida and has two degrees related to Engineering/Finance from a pretigious university. He is knowledgeable and opinionated. As a younger man, Nimensky alleges that he and some cohorts set up a bunch of fake companies and spammed folks for money. He is the founder of Club Epkin (2010), a business located in Boca Raton. bbb.org characterizes Club Epkin as being involved with "Handbags - Manufacturers Equipment & Supplies". Nimensky also claims to be a convict. This I can neither confirm nor deny. I did not find any independent verification of an arrest record on the Internet. I don't use paid sites, so perhaps an arrest record does exist. Neither could I find an arrest record for his associate Mammad. [Same caveat]. .comvict does mention realitykings.com which actually does exist. It is a porn site offering free porn movies and uh, some other things to legal adults.
sapphoq reviews says: I enjoyed most of .comvict. It told a good story that captured my attention and held it. The makings of a hacker were there in Nimensky's early childhood. The problem with .comvict is two-fold. The last five pages are written choppily. Nimensky was supposedly in a fedpen serving a five year bid when he wrote .comvict. Beyond that, the book is supposed to direct the reader to a site [redacted] where the story is finished in video by an an actress standing in for Nimensky's wife. Another video on the site [redacted] according to the book has an afterword which includes the notion of, paraphrased here, the stuff Nimensky did is uncool so don't do it. The last five pages may be honest, I don't know. But to me, they just didn't ring true. .comvict is worth a read for the first 100 pages which are cancelled out by the last 5. Give this one a miss unless you are truly enamoured by hacker culture.