TJX Browser Exploit Accomplice Gets Probation

A computer security professional who sold Internet Explorer exploit
code to credit card hacker Albert Gonzalez was sentenced Tuesday to three years probation and a $10,000 fine. Jeremy Jethro, 29, was paid $60,000 by Gonzalez for a zero-day
exploit against Microsoft’s browser, “the purpose and function of which
was to … enable the conspirators to unlawfully gain access to, and
redirect, individual’s computers,” according to court records. Read the full article, [Wired]

A computer security professional who sold Internet Explorer exploit
code to credit card hacker Albert Gonzalez was sentenced Tuesday to three years probation and a $10,000 fine. Jeremy Jethro, 29, was paid $60,000 by Gonzalez for a zero-day
exploit against Microsoft’s browser, “the purpose and function of which
was to … enable the conspirators to unlawfully gain access to, and
redirect, individual’s computers,” according to court records. Read the full article, [Wired]

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