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- Briton who knocked an entire country offline with cyber attack jailed The Telegraph
- British hacker who masterminded cyber attack on Liberian telecoms firm jailed for nearly three years Daily Mail
- 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