PA: Devon man, computer hacker known as ‘Green,’ sentenced for stealing usernames

Alex Wigglesworth reports:

A judge has sentenced a Pennsylvania man to 18 months in prison for a hacking scheme in which he stole login credentials for a number of computer networks, then sold access to them to third parties.

Andrew James Miller, 24, of Devon, pleaded guilty in August to conspiracy and computer fraud.

According to court documents, Miller — who primarily used the online nickname “Green” — was a member of a computer hacking group known as the “Underground Intelligence Agency.”

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