Incident for Markus Hess 1989-03-02

First Name Markus
Other Name
Last Name Hess
Alias Mathias Speer, Urmel
DOB Unknown
Age 27
Gender male
Location DE
Wiki Markus_Hess
Information His activities began in Hanover and expanded out of the University of Bremen or through the German DATEX-P Network via satellite link or transatlantic cable to the Tymnet International Gateway. From there, he branched out to the Jet Propulsion Laboratories in Pasadena, California and to the Tymnet Switching System. It is from Tymnet that he accessed the LBL computers. His primary use of LBL was to "piggyback" onto ARPANET and MILNET. ARPANET was a civilian wide area network created by the Department of Defense. MILNET was its military counterpart. ARPANET ultimately became the internet that we know today. Through MILNET, Hess was able to attack approximately four-hundred U.S. military computers.
Pending Outcome No
Damages Costs Unknown
Date Of Crime Unknown
Occupation IT
Collective Chaos Computer Club
Crime(s) Hacking
Sector(s) Private equity
Authorities FBI German Police
Authorities Statement view
Lawyers Jeremy Schneider
Prosecutors Schindler
Judges Leopold Spiller Leopold Spiller
Raid Yes
Raid Date 1987-06-27
Raid Info raided but no arrest
Sentenced Yes
Sentenced Date 1990-01-01
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Sentenced Jail Yes
Sentenced Months 20
Sentenced Probation Yes
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Sentenced Suspended Yes
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Bailed No
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Bail Refused No
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Bail Skipped No
Free Release No
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