Hackers who DDoSed African telecom and US hospital get long prison sentences

14th January 2019 News , Tips 12 Views

Two men who launched DDoS attacks against a variety of targets have received substantial prison sentences on Friday. Attacks against Liberian telecom 30-year-old Daniel Kaye (aka “BestBuy”), from Egham, Surrey (UK) has been sentenced to spend 2 years and 8 months in prison for DDoS attacks targeting the Liberian telecommunications provider Lonestar MTN in 2015. According to the UK National Crime Agency (NCA), Kaye first used rented botnets and stressor services to attack Lonestar. He … More

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