This Algerian Hacker Hacked 217 American Banks and Donated 4000 MILLION USD to Palestine

 on Wednesday, 16 March 2016  

Depending on who you ask, Hamza Bendelladj is either a Robin Hood-esque hero or a cyber-age hoodlum.
The 27-year-old Algerian computer science graduate was sentenced in a US court for using a computer virus to steal money from more than 200 American banks and financial institutions. He then reportedly gave millions of dollars to Palestinian charities.
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Bendelladj, who is alleged to be the co-creator of a banking trojan horse called SpyEye, was indicted in absentia by US authorities in 2011. The program - a malware toolkit that saw its popularity peak between 2009 and 2011 - is believed to have infected more than 1.4 million computers in the US and elsewhere, according to Wired, a San Francisco-based technology magazine. The software enabled users to steal login information for online financial accounts, which they then pillaged.
American law enforcement officers identified Bendelladj when he allegedly sold a copy of the SpyEye virus to an undercover officer for $8,500.
Despite his admission of guilt, Bendellaj's supporters continue to hack various websites across the world, including, of late, Air France and a Virginia-based university, calling for his release using the hashtags #FreeHamzaBendellaj and #FreePalestine.
This Algerian Hacker Hacked 217 American Banks and Donated 4000 MILLION USD to Palestine 4.5 5 SEEKER Wednesday, 16 March 2016 Depending on who you ask, Hamza  Bendelladj  is either a Robin Hood-esque hero or a cyber-age hoodl...

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