Remember Sabu, the Anonymous hacker turned FBI informant? According to the New York Times, he’s been linked to a series of international cyberattacks — and the suggestion is that they may have been ordered by the Bureau.
Sabu, probably the most notorious public face of hacking from this young, stupid century, still isn’t headed to prison. He hasn’t even been sentenced yet — because he’s still helping the FBI bust his friends.
20-year-old Raynaldo Rivera of Tempe, Arizona, surrendered to authorities today, less than a week after a federal grand jury in Los Angeles brought an indictment against him on charges of an extensive computer breach involving Sony Pictures Entertainment, which ultimately cost the company over $US600k.