South Korean Overwatch Hacker Jailed For Selling Unlawful Programs

South Korean Overwatch Hacker
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South Korean Overwatch Hacker: South Korea is setting a strict warning for the video game hackers, as the Icheon District Court recently imprisoned a person for one year for deceiving unauthorized applications. This incident is of record as the hacker in interrogation accumulated considerably a huge sum of cash for dispensing many of aim support applications to Overwatch players. Although, this is not the first incident noticed in the place. Some other persons were held this year because of a good connection between Overwatch makers Blizzard and the South Korean police.

South Korean Overwatch Hacker Jailed For Selling Unlawful Programs

South Korean Overwatch Hacker Jailed For Selling Unlawful Programs

The 28-year-old hacker from South Korea is recently convicted, according to South Korea’s SBS News and Dot Esports, gave the man one-year imprisonment and two years of punishment for unauthorized action associated with the hitting online multiplayer video game. The most shocking report is that the person obtained nearly $180,000 (200 million Korean won) from exchanging his Overwatch programs. South Korea’s Game Industry Promotion Law and Information and Communication Technology Protection Law are strictly against these wicked actions.

As said earlier, there were two more hackers arrested earlier this year who were sentenced to two-year of punishment and the have to submit a compensation of nearly $10,000. As per Gadgetsay reporters, this time the punishment is more compared to previous hacks. This hacker has accumulated a huge acquisition and shared numerous unauthorized programs which deserve the punishment to set an example for other hackers out there. The hackers should know the seriousness of the situation.

South Korean Overwatch Hacker Jailed For Selling Unlawful Programs

South Korean Overwatch Hacker Jailed For Selling Unlawful Programs

Blizzard strictly forbids Overwatch players hackers, although the difficulty silently spoils even the benefit side of the game which is found involving in controversial exercise. Blizzard is trying hard with the Seoul National Police Agency’s cyber division to detect the game hackers. Hackers main destination are cyber cafes in which hackers employ public networks to accomplish such activities that prevent the police from catching them. As a solution, Blizzard needs to use a Korean social security number to play Overwatch on an unrestricted server.

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