‘Lizard Squad’ hacker-for-hire Zachary Buchta sentenced to three months in prison plus $350,000 restitution for online attacks

Jason Meisner reports:

Maryland man sobbed in court Tuesday as a federal judge sentenced him to three months in prison for his role in a “hacker-for-hire” service that shut down company websites and harassed thousands of unsuspecting people around the world.

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Before he was sentenced, Buchta read a brief statement to the court apologizing to his victims and laying out the steps he’s taken to be a “better man,” including earning a high school degree, holding a job and addressing long-standing issues of anxiety and depression.

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  1. Anonymous - March 27, 2018

    dont blame on issues of anxiety and depression. you knew you were hacking these people!

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