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Turkish hacker faces 334 years behind bars for stealing credit card details

January 11, 2016 - Uncategorized

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A 26-year-old hacker has been given a 135 year sentence from a Turkish court, which on top of 199 years of prison time previously handed to him in 2013, sees him facing 334 years behind bars. Although he was accused of “mass bank fraud” by the Daily Sabah newspaper, Onur Kopçak was convicted yesterday of obtaining and selling just 11 sets of credit card details. Kopçak, who is already in prison, was convicted with 11 other young hackers in 2013 for stealing 43 sets of credit card details, which they obtained by recreating bank websites and capturing customer log-in details. One of…

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