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Bot herder pleads guilty to ‘zombie’ sales

A 20-year-old California man plead guilty to federal charges that he sold access to networks of compromised PCs and made money from illicitly installed adware, prosecutors announced on Monday. Jeanson James Ancheta of Downey, Calif. entered a plea of guilty to four of the original 17 charges in the case, according to a statement issued by the U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California. The four charges include two counts of conspiracy, damaging government computers used for national defense and accessing protected computers to commit fraud. Full Story

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