Xbox Live and PSN hacker gets two-year suspended prison sentence




The Lizard Squad -hacker which around Christmas of 2014 both Xbox Live and PlayStation Network was able to shut down by a DDoS attack has been condemned by the Finnish court to two years’ suspended prison sentence. He must also contribute to the fight against cybercrime.

Julius Kivimäki, the hacker around Christmas of 2014 both Xbox Live and PlayStation Network through a DDoS attack ceased its operation, has been given two-year suspended prison sentence imposed. The hacker who is part of the hacker group Lizard Squad is thus found guilty of more than 50,000 cases of cybercrime. He is committed to helping to combat cybercrime correct, reports the Finnish newspaper Kaleva.

In December last year were by a DDoS attack the online networks of both the Xbox and PlayStation consoles shut down, which caused millions of players precisely during their days off at Christmas could not play games online. Kim Dotcom has finally quit know the DDoS attacks by the Lizard Squad to buy 300,000 euros Mega vouchers. Reactions to the verdict have been predominantly negative; people think the punishment is too mild for the violations that the 17-year-old Finn has committed.

In: Technology & Gadgets Asked By: [18418 Red Star Level]

Answer this Question

You must be Logged In to post an Answer.

Not a member yet? Sign Up Now »