Hacker May Face up to 35 Years in Prison
“This case is a first of its kind and with these charges, we seek to hold Ferizi accountable for his theft of this information and his role in (ISIS) targeting of U.S. government employees,”John P.Carlin, Assistant Attorney General for National Security said in a statement.
The Most Careless Hacker Ever
- He used his real name on the Twitter account.
- Instead of using Direct Messages, He used to communicate with ISIS members openly tweeting at them.
- He never tried to hide his real IP address.