back to article Man gets two years in prison for selling 200,000 DDoS hits

A 33-year-old Illinois man has been sentenced to two years in prison for running websites that paying customers used to launch more than 200,000 distributed denial-of-services (DDoS) attacks. A US California Central District jury found the Prairie State's Matthew Gatrel guilty of one count each of conspiracy to commit wire …

  1. Death Boffin


    So did the FBI go after any of the customers? I'm sure a good number of them had poor enough OPSEC to be identified.

    1. Trigonoceps occipitalis

      Re: Customers?

      I hope not -oops!

      Mods, please delete.

  2. TheGriz

    Does a Bear crap in the woods? (excluding Polar Bears, naturally)

    You know they are going to be looking up his customers whereabouts.

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