Hacking in 2 years in prison for hacking websites Chechnya, Ingushetia and Dagestan

Hacking in 2 years in prison for hacking websites Chechnya, Ingushetia and Dagestan

In Moscow Kuz'minskii district court gave two years of the colony Albert Saaev who has hacking attacks on government sites republics of the North Caucasus: chechnyatoday.com, ingushetia.org, chechnya.gov.ru and others. Reportedly, he did so for a fee (2.5 thousand rubles for each site), although customers offense has not been established. They found out the investigation, June 26, 2009 by Saayeva placed on chechnyatoday.com threats against Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov signed "special operations group of the Mujahideen."

Ramzan Kadyrov

In addition, Albert Saaev conducted DDOS attacks on several North Caucasian resources, resulting in some portals stopped work for two days.

A hacker broke 130 million bank cards was 20-year term

A hacker who broke the 130 million bank cards, received 20-year sentence

A hacker named Albert Honsalez (Albert Gonzalez) was sentenced in the U.S. to 20 years in prison for crimes related to burglary charge cards. The Court considered three things immediately connected with the activities Honsaleza in different U.S. states — Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York. Already sentence refers only to his crimes in Massachusetts and listening to other crimes happen today. Honsalez broke more than 130 million bank cards, the damage caused by his actions, valued at $ 200 million.

Honsalez Albert (Albert Gonzalez)

Appeared also a message stating that the hacker was an accomplice of the two, although significantly this is not known.