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July 9, 2005 | From Associated Press
The creator of the "Sasser" Internet worm, which caused millions of dollars in damage worldwide, won't be going to jail despite his conviction Friday on charges including computer sabotage. Sven Jaschan, 19, who was fingered with the help of reward money from Microsoft Corp., instead got a 21-month suspended sentence and was ordered to do community service.
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July 6, 2005 | From Reuters
The man on trial for writing the Sasser computer worm, which wreaked havoc in big businesses and homes across the world last year, has confessed to all the charges against him, a German court said Tuesday. Katharina Kruetzfeldt, judge at the court in the western town of Verden, said Sven Jaschan, 19, admitted to data manipulation, computer sabotage and interfering with public corporations in one of the biggest Internet attacks of its kind.
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