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    Post: #1on Fri Aug 24, 2012 12:01 am


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    Sabu is a name you may have heard mentioned more than a few times, if you're familiar with the internet's hacking fraternity. 'Sabu', or @anonymouSabu as he went on Twitter, was a prominent figure in hacking. Sabu played a role with LulzSec in the summer of 2011, with such notable events as the leaking of governmental information. Sabu is often seen as the founding member of LulzSec, but his luck eventually ran out when he was arrested, in June 2011. He was found to be a 28-year-old citizen of New York City called Hector Xavier Monsegur. Overnight he became an FBI supergrass, reporting on everything his allies did. Assistant U.S. attorney James Pastore stated the following at a secret hearing in 2011: Since literally the day he was arrested, the defendant has been cooperating with the government proactively," sometimes staying up all night engaging in conversations with co-conspirators to help the government build cases against them. Not everyone would handle things in such a way. Some hackers might feel their debts had been paid once they had provided the details on their allies. Not Sabu, who has continued to cooperate with the government even to this date. Two hackers with reputations that Sabu managed to snag were Jake Davis, better known as 'Topiary', and Ryan Cleary. Both were charged for their crimes. Obviously, when you led a group which achieved the notoriety LulzSec did, you're going to have to pay for your crimes. Monsegur's payment is still not over, and it is looking like he'll be due for a jail sentence soon enough. Thanks to his.

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