Shocked! A man sentenced to 12 years in prison for cracking over 1.9 million AT&T mobile phones

 In the past, some Apple mobile phone users bypassed Apple’s official App Store by “jailbreaking” to freely install cracked paid software. In the United States, Muhammad Fahd (Muhammad Fahd) was sentenced to 12 years in prison by the U.S. District Court for hacking more than 1.9 million AT&T mobile phones. This behavior caused AT&T to lose a total of US$201.5 million.

   The U.S. Department of Justice pointed out that Muhammad Fahd continued to commit criminal activities even though he knew that he was under investigation. It lasted for a total of 7 years, which is true and arrogant. At the hearing, Judge Robert Lasnik stated that the man had committed a “horrible long-term cybercrime.” According to the Ministry of Justice, Fahd is a citizen of Pakistan and Grenada. In 2012, he planned to bribe an AT&T employee to help them hack their mobile phones and persuade them to instigate others to participate in fraudulent activities.
   Finally, these employees helped Fahd hack the phone. In 2013, AT&T’s new system made it more difficult for employees to crack. Fahd recruited an engineer to develop malware and install it on the AT&T system to improve efficiency. AT&T alleges that the Fahd group hacked the customer’s mobile phone, resulting in the customer not having to pay for the device, causing great losses to AT&T.
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