Local Hacker Sentenced

May 10, 2013

A former Columbus computer hacker has been sentenced to one year of house arrest and three years probation for his role in a scheme to crash video game servers worldwide in 2008.

 Prosecutors say 28-year-old Todd Miller was a member of the KCUF clan, a group of hackers who organized the scheme. He was suspected of helping shut down Sony's online game servers in 2008, but was charged with destroying his computers before charges related to the attack could be filed.