Sasser creator avoids jail term
A German youth has been given a 21-month suspended sentence after being convicted of creating the Sasser worm which crippled computers worldwide. Sven Jaschan was found guilty of computer sabotage and illegally altering data, said a court official. He evaded a jail term as he was tried as a minor since he was 17 years old when he wrote the worm.
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