A hacker who were aged 17 years had to deal with the police. He proved to break into hundreds of servers owned by the largest internet service provider in the Netherlands.
Teens who are known in cyberspace as 'XS', 'Yoshioka' and 'Yui' was arrested by the Dutch High Tech Crime unit which is specifically dealing with crime on the internet. In operation, the Dutch police force is also aided by special teams from Korea and Australia.
Yes, it takes a very large team for the apprehended youth who was not identified it. Because not only broke into hundreds of servers owned by KPN, the largest internet service provider in the Netherlands, but also Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and Tokohu University in Japan.
In its action, the teen was exploiting gaps that exist on the server NIC, then it exploits some 2 million customer records such internet service providers. As quoted from PC World, Wednesday (03/28/2012).
Police arrested him in Barendrecht. Authorities also seized a desktop computer unit that is encrypted, 2 units of laptops, hard drives, DVD chip, and flash.
Until now the teenager is still undergoing the legal process. However, given the young age, according to the local Prosecutor's spokesman, Wim de Bruin, 'at best,' he shall be liable to two years in prison.
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