[SecurityWeek] Pakistani Man Involved in AT&T Hacking Scheme Sentenced to Prison in U.S.

Muhammad Fahd, a 35-year-old Pakistani national, has been sentenced to 12 years of prison in the United States for his role in a scheme that involved illegally unlocking AT&T phones and hacking into the telecoms giant’s systems.

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