Source Pravda.Ru

2 finnish hackers broke into more than 140,000 computers in Finland, Russia and USA

The Finnish police arrested two hackers, who during the last three months broke into more than 140,000 computers and computer systems of Finland, Russia and the USA. According to a RIA Novosti correspondent, 18-year-old criminals assured the police that breaking into computer systems had been a pure entertainment for them and they had not pursued any other implausible goals. After they acknowledged their guilt, the hackers were released under the written statement not to leave the place. Their computers have been confiscated, and further investigation is being conducted.

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