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- UK Man Gets Two Years in Jail for Running ‘Titanium Stresser’ Attack-for-Hire ServiceA 20-year-old man from the United Kingdom was sentenced to two years in prison today after admitting to operating and selling access to "Titanium Stresser," a simple-to-use service that let paying customers launch crippling online attacks against Web sites and individual Internet users. Adam Mudd of Herfordshire, U.K. admitted to three counts of computer misuse […]
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