For Hacking Microsoft Two British Men Arrested
For Hacking Microsoft Two British Men Arrested in the UK from planning to penetrate giant computer networking technology Microsoft with plans to steal data from the software giant’s customers.
Investigators arrested from the BRI South East England Regional this morning (22 June 2017) suspect / 22 years / from Sleaford and 25 years from Bracknell.
British authorities detained them from their home in Lincolnshire and Bracknell and took a number of devices after looking for their home.
While it is still unclear what target systems, Sirocco believes the suspects are part of a larger international group that involves breaking into the Microsoft network between January 2017, March 2017 to obtain customer information.
Rob said Bryant, Sgt. Sirocco and the cyber crime unit while announced the arrest of “this group spread throughout the world, and therefore be investigated with our different format,” he said. “For Hacking Microsoft Two British Men Arrested have arrested in the UK this morning and we have seized a number of devices.”
Therefore, For Hacking Microsoft Two British Men Arrested in the UK this morning and we have seized a number of devices.”
“We are still in the early stages of this research, we will work with our partners to ensure that cyber criminals do not take place too soon. I would speculate on the information that has been visited by the group, but after talking to Microsoft, We can confirm that they were not able to access customer information. ”
I would speculate on the information that has been visited by the group, but after talking to Microsoft, We can confirm that they were not able to access customer information. ”
Both suspects, who do not subsequently reveal their identity by the police, are currently in custody and accused of misuse of computer law in Britain for conspiring to obtain “unauthorized access” to protected equipment, a Subsidiary of Microsoft.
In response to the arrests, Tom Burt issued, Microsoft vice president and deputy general counsel of the Digital Crime Unit issued a statement to the BBC, saying:
“Today’s action by the authorities in the UK represents an important step … Internet security depends more on the ability to identify and prosecute cyber criminals, and this requires not only a strong technical capacity but Willing to recognize the problems publicly and refer them to the forces of order. ”
“No company is immune from cyber crime, and without access to customer data, and we are sure of the security of our programs and our systems, and we have comprehensive measures to prevent, detect and respond to attacks.”
Authorities said that Sirocco was working with Europol and the national cyber crime unit, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Special Operations Unit in the East Midlands and Microsoft team to investigate electronic intrusion and bring perpetrators to justice. National justice operations.