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    The United States has charged four members of an international hacking ring with stealing up to $200 million in intellectual property and other data from Microsoft, Epic Games, Valve, Zombie Studios and the US Army. The hackers are charged with stealing software related to Xbox Live, Xbox One, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Gears of War 3.

    "Specifically, the data cyber-theft allegedly included source code, technical specifications and related information for Microsoft's then-unreleased Xbox One gaming console; intellectual property and proprietary data related to Xbox Live, Microsoft's online multi-player gaming and media-delivery system; Apache helicopter simulator software developed by Zombie Studios for the US Army; a pre-release version of Epic's video game, Gears of War 3; and a pre-release version of Activision's video game, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. The defendants also allegedly conspired to use, share and sell the stolen information," the US Department of Justice says in a press release.

    The hacking group used SQL injection and stolen usernames and passwords to break into the targeted companies' networks. The men charged are Nathan Leroux, 20, of Bowie, Maryland; Sanadodeh Nesheiwat, 28, of Washington, New Jersey; David Pokora, 22, of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; and Austin Alcala, 18, of McCordsville, Indiana. Pokora and Nesheiwat have pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit computer fraud and copyright infringement, both scheduled for sentencing in January.

    "Pokora's plea is believed to be the first conviction of a foreign-based individual for hacking into US businesses to steal trade secret information," the Department of Justice says. Authorities in Australia have charged an Australian citizen in relation to this conspiracy.

    You can read the story we posted with the warrant documents back in 2013 when SuperDae was arrested below.

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    Well, simple shit as SQL Injection although they probably did not even try to cover their tracks. For the US Military, from what I read on other article that they stole a apache helicopter guide for training. Why would someone do this to just get that? Beats me mabye for isis mabye not mabye they had a apache helicopter and if they did props to them!

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    Read about this a few days ago actually. Pretty crazy stuff.


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    Why would someone want to steal this stuff?

    To sell it. If it's not out, or it's locked behind closed doors hush hush, someone wants it. Simple as that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger View Post
    Why would someone want to steal this stuff?

    To sell it. If it's not out, or it's locked behind closed doors hush hush, someone wants it. Simple as that.
    Pretty sure that's how they got caught, they tried to sell some trade secrets to some competitor only for them to turn them over to the feds.

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    looks like someone messed up XD

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    Hacking the U.S. Army's servers = possible terrorism..?


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