A teenage hacker who helped reroute the UFC's website and take down several high-profile websites has been sentenced to six years of probation, according to a Wired report. The hacker, who is identified by his pseudonym "Cosmo," pleaded guilty to charges of credit-card fraud, identity theft, bomb threats and online impersonation in exchange for probation. The 15-year-old Cosmo was among 24 arrested in June following an FBI sting that targeted cybercriminals. view original article >>
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