Minecraft hacker Adam Mudd told to pay £69,629 to avoid another two years in jail

Minecraft hacker Adam Mudd told to pay £69,629 to avoid another two years in jail

Minecraft hacker Adam Mudd told to pay £69,629 to avoid another two years in jail

Adam Mudd, the British hacker who, at the age of sixteen, orchestrated as many as 1.7 million cyber-attacks on the likes of Xbox Live, Minecraft and TeamSpeak by leveraging a software named Titanium Stresser, has been ordered by the Central Criminal Court of England and Wales to pay £69,629 if he wants to avoid another two years in jail.

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