Hacker bribes Czech Police in effort to get the seized hard drive containing details of 3200 Bitcoins

Hacker Peter Krzhystka, who’s accused of cyber-fraud, presented a bribe to police officer at 384 million kroons (17 million USD) for the go back of the hard drive that was once seized all through the seek. However, police officer Lukasz Lazetskiy from the town Brno refused a bribe.

The police believe Peter one of the most threatening hackers in the nation. Earlier, he was once already sentenced to four years in jail for hacking Bank accounts and stealing monetary knowledge.

During a seek of the hacker’s rental, the investigators seized his hard drive and different laptop apparatus to perceive his legal actions. The hacker confirmed particular passion to the disc. But the police didn’t know what was once on it, as no one was once ready to decipher the get admission to codes to the digitized knowledge.

According to the Prague News media, one of the hacker’s buddies presented to the police officer a bribe at 17 million $ and requested him to go back the hard drive and to delete it from the checklist of confiscated belongings. As it grew to become out later, the hacker concealed knowledge comparable to greater than 3,200 Bitcoins on the hard drive, the general price of which is ready 800 million kroons (about 35 million USD).

Police officer Lukasz Lazetskiy refused a bribe and reported the incident to his superiors. A legal case was once initiated on the reality of the tried bribery.

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