Discussion in 'malware problems & news' started by ronjor, Jun 16, 2017.
Engineer Sentenced to Prison for Hacking Utility, Disabling Water Meter-Readers
IC3 Issues Internet Crime Report for 2016
Well, I guess it was worth sacrificing our privacy and submitting to mass surveillance after all. At least they caught the water meter guy.
Fraudster Made £100K from Online Banking Bug
Two British men arrested over Microsoft hacking plot
Bitcoin exchange operator tied to hacks gets five-and-a-half years U.S. prison
$71 Million Restitution Owed for Hacking, Fraud Scheme
U.K. Student Charged for Running DDoS Service
'Crackas With Attitude' Hacker Sentenced for Targeting Government Officials
Telecom Hacker Sentenced for Laundering Millions
Cybercriminal with Ties to Exclusive Russian Hacking Forums Sentenced to Prison
Insider wreaks havoc on company—after he resigns
ATM skimmers who stole $420,000 plead guilty in US court
"Briton faces court over Deutsche Telekom cyber attack
A British man admitted in a German court Friday to staging a large-scale cyber attack on Deutsche Telekom last year, saying he was acting for a Liberian client...
[T]he attack ...knocked more than a million German households offline in November and added his motivation was money.
German police said the goal was to infect users' computers with a "botnet"—a network of web-connected machines that can be manipulated with malware and used to attack other online targets.
The Briton told the court he was paid $10,000 (about 8,500 euros) by a Liberian telecom company which wanted to use the botnet to damage a rival company.
The verdict was expected on Friday, July 28. If found guilty, he faces up to 10 years' jail in Germany..."
"Rehab camp aims to put young cyber-crooks on right track
Teenagers caught carrying out hacking and cyber-attacks could soon be attending a rehab camp that aims to divert them away from a life of crime.
The first weekend camp for offenders was held in Bristol this month as part of the National Crime Agency's (NCA) work with young computer criminals..."
Yeah right, I bet that's like a job fair for gchq
NanoCore RAT Author Pleads Guilty
British Hacker Convicted in Germany of Major Cyber Attack
Russian Ebury Botnet Herder Jailed for Four Years
Man Who Hacked his Former Employer Gets 18-Month Prison Sentence
"Hacker who harassed leaders from CIA and FBI is sentenced to 5 years in prison
An aspiring hacker who harassed the CIA director and the national intelligence director, among others, in 2015 was sentenced Friday to five years in federal prison.
Justin Liverman, 23, was part of a collective dubbed “Crackas With Attitude” that exposed the private online accounts of several top law enforcement officials, including then-CIA chief John Brennan and James R. Clapper Jr., the director of national intelligence at the time..."
Thinking he should have plead insanity.
"Russian cyber hacker pleads guilty in identity theft case
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A 33-year-old Russian cybercriminal has pleaded guilty in Atlanta to selling stolen personal information through a $50 million identity theft and credit card fraud ring known as 'carder.su.'
...already is serving 27 years for wire fraud and computer hacking convictions...He could get up to 24 more years in federal prison..."
Web Cam Child Exploitation Gang Gets 171 Years in Jail
GAW Miners founder owes nearly $10 million to SEC over Bitcoin fraud
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