The famous Russian hacker, who is responsible for LinkedIn and Dropbox attacks, was sentenced to prison. The hacker was caught in the Czech Republic in 2016.
Famous Russian hacker Nikulin was caught in 2016
Cyber attacks are one of the biggest security problems that companies face today. Some hackers may even leave technology giants in a difficult situation many times.
The Russian hacker named Yevgeniy Nikulin was one of them. Hacker, which was on the agenda all over the world with its attack in 2012, stole a total of 1117 million users from Dropbox and LinkedIn platforms. In fact, in this attack, Formspring data as well as two platforms were stolen. Officials in the U.S. were determined not to chase this data theft.
Nikulin, who was identified while trying to sell in the forums, was caught in Czech Republic in 2016. Nikulin was delivered to the US after Russia and the United States made a criminal return.
As a result of investigations and investigations, Nikulin received a five-year sentence for the cyber-attack crime. He was also sentenced to 10 years on charges of selling personal data. After the attacks by Nikulin, many platforms mentioned in the events had switched to double-step authentication.