VoIP hacker gets prison, his boss gets away

Wednesday, 15 August 2007, 10:11 AM EST

The first culprit in a duo of VoIP Hackers that defrauded more than a million dollars worth of call minutes form some of America's largest IP telephony providers has been fined US$150,000 and will spend two years in prison for his effort.

Robert Moore, the 23-year-old hacker from Spokane, Washington, was the technical mind behind the duo's crime and was involved after Edwin Pena, the scheme's mastermind paid him US$23,000 to hack into the carrier networks.

At VoIP News.

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