Hacking the Hacker: "GhostExodus" Was Busted By a Computer Science Student
|Not an exact re-enactment, but, one imagines, close enough|
According to the university's press release, McGrew bumps into hackers online all the time and usually keeps on truckin', virtually speaking. But McGraw's "arrogance" -- he "showed evidence of threatening public health and safety" -- got his attention, and he turned over to FBI agents in Jackson, Mississippi, information that was forwarded to the Dallas office. McGraw was arrested Friday and is due in federal court here today. Meanwhile, McGraw's wife told KTVT-Channel 11 last night that "he's not a criminal ... He has serious mental issues. He's been off his medication for four or five years, and there's proof to show that."