Anonymous hacker arrested and bail on 10k bond, faces 15years for LOIC attack

Well once again, a person who downloaded the infamous LOIC and used it in a widespread attack, the attack was on gene simmions website. Kevin George Poe, 24, of Manchester, Connecticut, who used the screen name “spydr101,” was taken into custody today without incident in Hartford and later was released on a $10,000 bond, the U.S. Attorney in Los Angeles said in a statement. He’s accused of waging a denial of service attack on GeneSimmons.com. If found guilty he faces the same problem all the other anons do...a possible 15years behind bars for using a simple program. Its amazing they can even have such a high bail bond for just computer hacking... Poe made his first appearance in U.S. District Court, where a judge ordered Poe released on a $10,000 bond and required Poe to come to Los Angeles at a date yet to be determined. A federal grand jury in Los Angeles returned an indictment last week that accused Poe of being affiliated with the Anonymous hacking group. The FBI alleges that during a five-day period in October 2010, Poe and others linked to Anonymous allegedly conducted a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against Simmons’ computer systems, sending tens of thousands of electronic requests designed to overload the computer server and render the website useless. By now everyone knows that LOIC would have to be the most stupid way to attack anything at all,

Lee Johnstone

Lee Johnstone

Information Security Data Analyst, Investigative Journalist, Technology Lover, Mechanic.

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Anonymous hacker arrested and bail on 10k bond, faces 15years for LOIC attack
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