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Briton Jailed for Spreading Prolific Computer Virus

A British man who admitted creating three global computer viruses, including one rated as the world’s third most prolific, was sentenced to two years in prison Tuesday. Simon Vallor, 22, a Web Site designer from Llandudno, in Wales, had previously pleaded guilty to creating and sending the “Gokar,” “Redesi” and “Admirer” email viruses, which seriously affected computers in 46 countries. Vallor was arrested in February 2002 by British police following a tip-off from the FBI. Full Story

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