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FBI Takes Down Cable Modem Hacker

Hacker faces 40 years in prison

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The FBI has announced it arrested a man on Thursday for allegedly selling hacked cable modems that provided free Internet access.

Matthew Delorey, 26, of New Bedford, Massachusetts, is charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of wire fraud. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence on each count of 20 years in prison and a maximum fine of $250,000.

Delorey ran a now shuttered website called Massmodz.com which sold cable modems which were hacked and reconfigured to allow them to be used for free, untraceable access to the Internet.

FBI Delorey, through his website sold two hacked modems to an undercover FBI agent posing as a customer.

Delorey marketed his hacked modems in a Craigslist post advertising "Massmodz Free Internet- Get free untraceable Internet." He also appeared in instructional videos he posted on YouTube, including videos entitled Massmodz.com How to Get Free Internet Free Cable Internet Comcast or any Cable ISP – 100% works"; "Massmodz.com How to bypass Comcast registration page with premod cable modem SB5100, SB 5101"; "Massmodz.com Cable Modem Hack Cable Modem Mod"; and "Massmodz.com How to get back online Comcast new secure area with cable modem premod, Comcast ready."
 

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FBI Takes Down Cable Modem Hacker
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  • sofakingdabest

    Hey, here I am. I’m selling illegal stuff. Watch my video. They’ll never catch me.

  • Guest

    hidden in a cave with osama. They would have never found you.

  • lenan simon

    he need to put away for a 100 years this motherfucker is crazy he got a lot of bitch working for him too need to put away

  • Chris

    What a nerd, are you kidding me. Maybe he should have spent a little more time making himself untraceable.

  • http://www.acomouterportal.com Stopped the over priced cable

    Stopped the over priced cable. Can’t do that the cable providers need 4 new cars this year….

  • Guest

    So, do the hacked modems still work? Where can I get one?

    Ha.

    Just kiddin, Feds.

  • dave

    I’d say max. 20 years per count is a little excessive – albeit it’s the maximum but even the thought if a few years per count really bites. Poor guy – I don’t feel sorry for him as he did commit a crime but at 26, his life just might be ruined.

  • Guest

    Why would someone actually say, “Free Internet Access — Hacked Modems”? It basically gives you away, plus, if you cannot afford internet, than why should you have it? Get a job! Now this guy is facing 20+ years in prison, plus a possible $250,000 fine! I don’t think it was worth it, I sure wouldn’t be doing something like that!

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