3 Hacker Receives Harshest Punishment for a Computer Crime in US History _ Security News

3 Hacker Receives Harshest Punishment for a Computer Crime in US History _ Security News

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2/16/2016 Hacker Receives Harshest Punishment for a Computer Crime in US History | Security News 1/3 E­Mail Spam: So 2008? Host File Pho 1 Hacker Receives Harshest Punishment for a Computer Crime in US History Posted on November 14, 2010 by PC Tools Albert Gonzalez was sentenced to 20 years in prison, the harshest punishment for a computer crime ever handed down in an American court. Yet, despite this small victory in the war on cybercrime, law enforcement officials still face major problems as online attacks are on the rise and the difficulty of tracking cybercriminals remains a constant struggle in the battle for cybersecurity. The infamous hacker Albert Gonzalez was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 20 years in prison for stealing approximately 130 million credit and debit card numbers. Gonzalez played a major role in a crime ring that hacked into the computer networks of Heartland
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