UK Man Involved in 2012 Yahoo Hack Sentenced to Prison

Eduard Kovacs reports:

The U.K. National Crime Agency (NCA) announced last week that one of the members of an international cybercrime group has been given a two-year jail sentence.

The individual, 23-year-old Nazariy Markuta from London, is believed to be a member of a hacker collective known as “D33Ds Company.” In 2012, the group leaked more than 450,000 email addresses and passwords from Yahoo’s Contributor Network.

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