the Russian Evgeny Nikulin was found guilty in hacking of LinkedIn, Dropbox and Formspring in 2012. The verdict rendered jury in San Francisco, reports Bloomberg.
According to their decision, Nikulin guilty on all nine counts, including theft of 117 million accounts, has become one of the largest data breaches in U.S. history.
the Final verdict Nikulin will make on September 29. He could get ten years for each point of sale of stolen usernames and passwords and install malicious software on protected computers and five years for each charge, on criminal conspiracy and burglary, and two years of mandatory imprisonment for the theft of personal data.
Nikulin was detained in the Czech Republic in the U.S. in 2016, after two years he gave US.
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