Dutch police finds Royal chat hackers

Wednesday 10 April 2002 | 08:38 CET | News
The Dutch public prosecutor has traced the hackers that caused the failure of the Royal Chat at the end of January. On April 9, the police searched the houses of hackers and two offices, and confiscated computers and CD-roms. The hackers that were investigated belong to a group that calls itself Xtreme Power (XP) and Down Under Crew (DUC). The hackers are accused of breach of computer peace, destruction of data and destruction of a telecom network.

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