Industrial espionage worm authors jailed

Wednesday, 29 March 2006, 1:56 PM EST

A married couple accused of using computer worms to conduct industrial espionage has received jail terms of four and two years after pleading guilty in an Israeli court.

Ruth Brier-Haephrati, 28, and her husband Michael Haephrati, 44, were also ordered to pay damages of two million shekels (£245,000) to their victims.

At PCW.

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