Romanian Hacker Sentenced for NASA Security Breach
Robert Butyka received a three-year suspended sentence, with a probation period of seven years.
Hacker Robert Butyka this week received a three-year suspended prison sentence for hacking into NASA servers.
"Butyka was arrested by prosecutors from the Romanian Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) on Nov. 15, in his home city of Cluj-Napoca, Romania," writes PCWorld's Lucian Constantin.
"According to local media reports, the Cluj-Napoca Court sentenced Butyka on Tuesday to three-year of suspended prison time with a probation period of seven years," Constantin writes. "The sentence can be appealed in the next 10 days."
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