1. British hacker Daniel Kaye shut down web for entire nation of Liberia  The Times
  2. Hacker who took down entire nation's internet is jailed  CNN
  3. Briton who knocked an entire country offline with cyber attack jailed  The Telegraph
  4. British hacker who masterminded cyber attack on Liberian telecoms firm jailed for nearly three years  Daily Mail
  5. British man jailed for hacking Liberia thought to be first to take entire nation offline  The Independent
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A British hacker whose cyberattack on a Liberian telecommunications company knocked the whole country offline has been jailed.Daniel Kaye, 30, of Egham, Surrey, was offered $10,000 a month by an individual working for a rival company to disrupt the systems of Lonestar. Working out of Cyprus, he crea

A British hacker whose cyber attacks took an entire nation offline has been jailed for almost three years.

A British self-taught hacker who knocked an entire country offline has been jailed.

Daniel Kaye, 30, of Egham, Surrey, was paid 30,000 US dollars by a rival company to disrupt the systems of mobile phone company Lonestar between October 2016 and February 2017.

A British hacker who launched a cyberattack inadvertently knocking out the internet across the whole of Liberia, has been jailed for two and a half years.  Daniel Kaye was hired in 2015 by Cellcom, a telecoms company, to launch a series of debilitating cyberattacks on rival firm Lonestar, a Liberian phone and internet provider.  The self-taught hacker was paid £30,000 by the