Malware attack to high profile companies and institutions is one of the big threat to loss the important information and many other details.
The cyber attacks is crime, and today a UK 18 years old student Jack Chappell arrested by the West Midlands Police, the cyberattacker is alleged for supply of Malware to the high profile companies. The attacker used enslave PCs for the supply of denial-of-service (DoS) to the destruction of the companies data.
The student supplied the DDoS Malware and controlled by the computers, the victim companies received a lot of disruption and the company profit and loss data was misplaced. Many other details are also hacked by the attacker. He simply used to run the domains with illegitimate traffic.
Police says the hacker hack the world famous NatWest’s online banking system for many times in 2015. Moreover, he has an American national partner, yet he didn’t reveal any information about the partner.
Jack Chappell is alleged for the supplying the DDoS attacks to the infrastructure of T-Mobile, EE, Vodafone, O2, BBC, BT, Amazon, Netflix, Virgin Media, and the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA).
According to the report, West Midlands Police said in a statement:
“He has been charged with impairing the operation of computers under the Computer Misuse Act, plus encouraging or assisting an offense and money laundering crime proceeds together with an American national.”
The criminal is today will be presented in front of Manchester Magistrates Court. However, ZDNet reported that:
Last month, Europol took down a cybercrime ring which offered criminals software for circumventing traditional antivirus products, keyloggers, and Remote Access Trojans (RATs). Six members of the group, so far, have been arrested.