A 21-year-old Minneapolis man who allegedly hacked into a Web server belonging to the U.S. Postal Service has turned himself in to federal agents and faces computer fraud charges. The U.S. attorney says Joshua Linsk was indicted on two counts of computer fraud and one count of possessing 15 or more unauthorized access devices. The grand jury alleged that Linsk transmitted a code in May 2002 that damaged a Web server database table owned by the U.S. Postal Service’s office of inspector general. Linsk is also charged with accessing a computer maintained by Whitney Education Group to obtain credit card account numbers and related information. The indictment alleges that Linsk got more than 15 credit card account numbers. Full Story
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