Hacker Gets Two Years in Jail for Accessing Russian Gov't Accounts

A Russian court sentenced a prominent hacker to two years in jail after a secret trial which heard how he had accessed and leaked the email accounts of top government officials, Russian news agencies reported. The court found Vladimir Anikeyev, named as head of a famous hacking collective called Shaltai Boltai (Humpty Dumpty), guilty of illegally accessing computer data in collusion with a criminal group.