Man gets two years in prison for sabotaging US Army servers with ‘logic bomb’

A US judge has sentenced an Atlanta man to two years in prison followed by three years of supervised release for sabotaging one of the US Army’s payroll databases with a “logic bomb.”

The man’s sentence is related to an incident that occurred in November 2014 and affected the US Army’s Regional Level Application Software (RLAS).

According to court documents, Mittesh Das, 49, of Atlanta, Georgia, was hired by a company that was contracted by the US Army to manage one of the databases part of the country-wide RLAS system.

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Source:  ZDNet