Hacker Malaysia Arrested Central Bank break through the U.S.

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NEW YORK - Lin Mun Poo, a Malaysian who was accused of hacking a computer network of the Federal Reserve or the Federal Reserve in Cleveland captured secret agent the United States (U.S.).

Performer 32-year-old is known to have to break 400,000 credit card numbers. Poo Mun Lin was arrested at John F. Airport Kennedy last month when he travels to New York to meet with other hackers. He was to the United States suspected of utilizing some of the stolen information.

U.S. is still looking for how he can sneak into the heavily guarded computer systems at the Federal Reserve and many large financial institutions. Poo trade the information he allegedly stole and took advantage of it. he sold the stolen credit card numbers with a price of 1,000 U.S. dollars at a restaurant dinner in New York.

Court documents released by U.S. prosecutors claimed the man, identified as Lin Mun Poo (32) was arrested on Oct. 21, hours after he arrived in New York. He was indicted by a board of judges on Thursday to four charges, including paved the U.S. central bank's branch system in Cleveland, Ohio.

"Inside pascapenangkapan statement, defendant admitted he had to break the server computer a number of companies and major financial institutions," wrote U.S. prosecutors in Brooklyn in a letter to District Judge Dora Irizarry, responsible for handling the case.

Lin, she said, admitting he took advantage of vulnerabilities that he found on the bank's computer system.

"Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Ohio, has confirmed one FRB computer network hacked around June 2010, so that the bank suffered a loss of thousands of U.S. dollars, and the act is affecting 10 computers or more," according to the letter.

The process of examination by the judge will consider the delay request the government to continue holding Lin. No new date scheduled. Lawyer Lin, who appointed the court, was not willing to give comment.

Lin used to be Malaysians who do not have jobs or relatives in the United States, said the letter. He arrived at John F. Airport Kennedy, New York, from Europe to the tickets back and forth, and plans to return on November 22.

"Within a few hours after Lin arrived at JFK, the Secret Service agents watched the defendant sells a credit card with the price of 1,000 U.S. dollars at dinner in Brooklyn and arrested him shortly after that," the letter to the judge.

Office of U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch in Brooklyn said that all accusations against Lin involves hacking computer systems of the U.S. Defense Department contractors who help take care of military transport operations.

Another accusation against Lin includes ownership of more than 400,000 stolen credit cards and debit cards in a single portable computer that was confiscated by Secret Service agents.

"The defendant underwent a career break, among other things, the server computers of financial institutions, defense contractors, and large companies, and sell or trade the information stored there ...," Lynch said in a statement.

Lynch said the defendants allegedly planned to get more financial information from other hackers, who would she invite transaction.

If found guilty, Lin faced a maximum possible prison sentence between 6.5 and eight years. (NBC / ANT)

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