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The world’s first hacker who has booked a stamp in American history

A 15-year-old boy has committed computer crimes for stealing confidential information from various entities, NASA organizations, and causing them millions of dollars in unrest in 1999. June to October. 15-year-old Jonathan James, one of the most powerful hackers in the computer world, has been making his name in American history.

  • He infiltrated the database of one of the largest mobile service providers in the United States, where he was able to use the telephone for free.
  • He infiltrated the DTRA (Defense Threat Reduction Agency), the US Department of Defense’s security agency, to access and listen to military conversations.
  • He built Backdoors, a computer virus, into NASA’s Computer Operating System (NAZA) to steal confidential information related to space projects and to steal expensive programs that NASA has developed and developed. Well. That cost NASA $ 1.7 million and had to shut down the computer for 21 more days.
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  • Jonathan was arrested after he confessed to the court that it was “shocking” by people around the world, saying he had hacked into the program to steal C programs. It is better than before, but it is not worth the theft, but it is worth it.

But sadly, in 2008 everything was completed, with Jonathan James willing to commit suicide, purportedly being sued by his critics for conspiring to hack money from a credit card company in 2007. ៕

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