The “hero” to repel the attack WannaCry world in 2017 acknowledges the development of programs to steal bank

Approved by the British scholar in the field of cyber security – he had acquired great fame in 2017, and after that managed to neutralize the attack of the global launch using software ransomware malware “and I cry” WannaCry – pleaded guilty in the charges brought by him to the United States, and related to write malware.

He acknowledged Marcus Hutchins, who was charged in 10 cases in the United States, pleaded guilty in two of them, with the consent of the U.S. government to move to dismiss the charges remaining at the time of the verdict, according to the case file in the U.S. District Court in the district of Wisconsin eastern.

Said Hutchins – also known as MalwareTech – in statement: “I admit I guilty to two charges relating to write malware in the previous years of my career in the field of security”. He added: “I regret those actions and I take full responsibility for my mistakes”.

Said Hutchins: he became “mature”, and since I began working in the field of Information Security has used those skills misused in the former the objectives of the Noble, added: “I will continue to devote time to keep the security people from the attacks of the malware”.

The Hutchins had known overnight within the community of ethical hackers in May 2017, when helped to overcome the ransomware attack global WannaCry, which infected hundreds of thousands of computers, and in disorders in factories, hospitals, shops, schools, in more than 150 countries.

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Later in 2017, was arrested on Hutchins in Las Vegas on an unrelated charge., if the charges he had created, and sold the malicious codes used to steal banking credentials. The representatives claimed the prosecution in the United States that one of the defendants others we have declared and distributed, the cost of malware known as “Kronos” Kronos between July 2014 and July 2015.

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