Zotob Virus writers jailed in Morocco

Thursday, 14 September 2006, 12:10 AM EST

Two Moroccan men have been sentenced to prison terms for helping write the Zotob computer virus that attacked major U.S. networks last year, a court official said Wednesday.

Science student Farid Essebar, 19, and his friend Achraf Bahloul, were sentenced Tuesday at the court in Sale, near the capital Rabat, court official Maria Regregui told The Associated Press.

At ENT News.

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