allegedly caused] NASA suffered approximately $1.366 million
in loses, and the Energy Dept. and the [U.S.] Navy together suffered nearly $100,000.
2002, [accused Hacker] accessed and damaged without authorization 92 computers
belonging to U.S. [Army, Navy, Air Force, DOD, and NASA],... estimated loss ...Military,
NASA, ...private businesses is approximately $900,000
... , Navy Computer and Telecommunications ... , ... [and other DOD entities hacked] ...cost
the U.S. Military at least an estimated $172,000 to
2005, [Ancheta] will be required to pay approximately $15,000
in restitution to the Weapons Division of the [U.S.] Naval Air Warfare Center in China Lake and
the Defense Information Systems Agency, whose National Defense networks were intentionally
damaged by Ancheta's Malicious Code.
http://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2006/may/botnet050806 [FBI] seized Ancheta's computer in Dec. 2004 and eventually put [Ancheta] out of business
for good in May 2005 when [FBI] disabled servers [Ancheta] was using.
... was responsible for computer intrusions ...[U.S.] Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA).
... installed ... "backdoor" on the server.
...illegally accessed a total of 13 NASA computers
... he obtained and downloaded proprietary software from NASA valued at approximately $1.7 million.