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Inmate gets 18 months for thin client prison hack.
A former prison inmate has been ordered to serve 18 months for hacking the facility's computer network, stealing personal details of more than 1,100 of its employees and making them available to other inmates.
Francis G. Janosko, 44, received the sentence earlier this week in federal court in Boston after pleading guilty to the hacking offenses in September
Inmate gets 18 months for thin client prison hack ? The Register
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